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Israel refuses to return Palestinian land, handing it to settlers

Israeli forces stand in front of Jewish settlers who are harassing Palestinians in the West Bank [Wisam Hashlamoun/Apaimages]
Israeli forces stand in front of Jewish settlers who are harassing Palestinians in the West Bank [Wisam Hashlamoun/Apaimages]

The Israeli Supreme Court in occupied Jerusalem refused to issue a ruling to return Palestinian agricultural land to its original owners following the Israeli army’s confiscation of said land and declaring it as a “closed military zone”, subsequently handing it over to settlers.

According to Israel’s Haaretz newspaper, the land being referred to are pieces of Palestinian land in the Jordan Valley, located in the eastern part of the West Bank. The Israeli authorities had seized this land in accordance with a military order, considering the area a “closed military zone”. The landowners have been prohibited access to the land and cannot work on it. It was later found out that the authorities handed over this land to a group of settlers who have used it for farming work.

The newspaper said that Palestinian farmers filed a petition urging the Israeli court return their land to them, but the court refused it during its most recent hearing yesterday.

Read: Report: Israel allocated just 8.5% of Jerusalem for Palestinian development

“The court tried to convince Palestinian farmers to only give them financial compensation for their land, which was rejected by the land owners. Following their rejection, the court decided to reject their petition,” said the newspaper.

The petition was filed in 2013 after it was found that the military order prevents Palestinians from accessing their land, located between the border fence and the Jordanian borders.

Haaretz reported that the occupation authorities handed over land, which amounts to about 1,236 acres, to settlers, who are using this land for agricultural purposes.

Israel has regularly targeted the Jordan Valley with confiscation, demolition, and expulsion operations as a part of its policy aiming to remove all Palestinian residents from the area and make it an area dedicated to settlers.

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  • A.S.F.

    Let’s see…The “original owners” (and that is debatable) desert their own lands, at the urging of their Arab League Brethren, in favor of declaring unending (losing) wars against Israel..Many of them even SELLING their land to Jews, for an inflated price–and Israel is to blame for not just handing it back to them, without question, at their demand and on their say-so? Man are YOU people ever living in an alternative universe! By the way, when are the “Palestinians” in the Hebron going to return the land that was previously was owned by Jews before the 1929 Hebron Massacre, in which Muslims attacked Jews and slaughtered them and then pressured the British to “evacuate” said Jews out of Hebron, both in 1929 and, even more completely after Muslim “riots” and “uprisings” in 1936-1938? Seems only right; given the “Moral arguments” you presented above.

    • Helen4Yemen

      Bernie Sanders = 97.7% European Ashkenazi

      Larry David = 97.8% European Ashkenazi

      Palestine is not your grandmother’s land, is it? Poland it!

      • kirby1

        biggest lie of all. Many Arabs identify their origins by their family names. Here are some of the most common family names among the “Palestinians”:
        “Masri” = from Egypt-Hamas member of Parliament, Mushir al-Masri (the word “masri” littelery means “the egyptian” in arabic !).
        
”Khamis”= Bahrain “Salem Hanna Khamis” “al-Faruqi”= Mosul, Iraq
        
”al-Araj” = Morocco, a member of the Saadi Dynasty “Hussein al-Araj”
        
”al Lubnani” = the Lebanese
        
”al-Mughrabi” = the Moroccan (Maghreb” – meaning “West” in Arabic, and usually referring to North Africa or specifically to Morocco)
        
”al-Djazair” = the Algerian
        
”al-Yamani” = the Yemeni “Issam Al Yamani”
        
”al-Afghani” = the Afghan
        
”al-Hindi” = the Indian “Amin al-Hindi”
        
”Iraqi” = from Iraq.
        
”halabi” = from Aleppo, Syria
        
”El Baghdadi” = from Baghdad Iraq.
        
”Tarabulsi”= Tarabulus-Tripoli, Lebanon.
        
”Hourani” = Houran Syria.
        
”al-Husayni” = Saudi Arabia.
        
”Saudi” = Saudi Arabia.
        
”Metzarwah”= Egypt.
        
”Barda—wil” = “Salah Bardawil” HAMAS legislator in Gaza; Egypt, Bardawil Lake area.
        
”Nashashibi” = Syria.
        
”Bushnak” = Bosnia
        
”zoabi”= from Iraq: “Haneen Zoabi”.
        
”Turki” = Turkey “Daud Turki”
        
”al-Kurd” = Kurdistan.
        
”Haddadins” = YEMEN descended from Ghassanid Christian Arabs.
        
”Arab Abu-Kishk” = Egypt.(Bedouins)
        
”Arab al shakirat” = Egypt (Bedouins)
        
”Arab al zabidat” = Egypt (Bedouins)
        
”Arab al aramsha” = Egypt (Bedouins)

        • Helen4Yemen

          Larry David = 97.7% Ashkenazi

          Bernie Sanders = 97.8% Ashkenazi

          Larry and Bernie are cousins!

          Watch their reaction whey they found out!

          https://youtu.BE/nhU45VFd3Sk

          • kirby1

            In their own words:
            Ibrahim Sarsur, Head of the Islamic Movement in Israel:
            An Arab viewer called Palestinian Authority TV and quoted his father, saying that in 1948 the Arab District Officer ordered all Arabs to leave Palestine or be labeled traitors. In response, Ibrahim Sarsur, now Arab Member of Israeli Parliament Knesset, then Head of the Islamic Movement in Israel, cursed those Arab leaders, thus acknowledging Israel’s historical record.

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this got to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world Jewry and 99% of
            European ancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            ……………….

          • kirby1

            The biggest lie of all. Many Arabs identify their origins by their family names. Here are some of the most common family names among the “Palestinians”:
            “Masri” = from Egypt-Hamas member of Parliament, Mushir al-Masri (the word “masri” littelery means “the egyptian” in arabic !).
”Khamis”= Bahrain “Salem Hanna Khamis” “al-Faruqi”= Mosul, Iraq
”al-Araj” = Morocco, a member of the Saadi Dynasty “Hussein al-Araj”
”al Lubnani” = the Lebanese
”al-Mughrabi” = the Moroccan (Maghreb” – meaning “West” in Arabic, and usually referring to North Africa or specifically to Morocco)
”al-Djazair” = the Algerian
”al-Yamani” = the Yemeni “Issam Al Yamani”
”al-Afghani” = the Afghan
”al-Hindi” = the Indian “Amin al-Hindi”
”Iraqi” = from Iraq.
”halabi” = from Aleppo, Syria
”El Baghdadi” = from Baghdad Iraq.
”Tarabulsi”= Tarabulus-Tripoli, Lebanon.
”Hourani” = Houran Syria.
”al-Husayni” = Saudi Arabia.
”Saudi” = Saudi Arabia.
”Metzarwah”= Egypt.
”Barda—wil” = “Salah Bardawil” HAMAS legislator in Gaza; Egypt, Bardawil Lake area.
”Nashashibi” = Syria.
”Bushnak” = Bosnia
”zoabi”= from Iraq: “Haneen Zoabi”.
”Turki” = Turkey “Daud Turki”
”al-Kurd” = Kurdistan.
”Haddadins” = YEMEN descended from Ghassanid Christian Arabs.
”Arab Abu-Kishk” = Egypt.(Bedouins)
”Arab al shakirat” = Egypt (Bedouins)
”Arab al zabidat” = Egypt (Bedouins)
”Arab al aramsha” = Egypt (Bedouins)

          • kirby1

            Origins and immigration

            Foreign Arab and foreign Muslim immigration:

            Over 100,000 or at least 150,000 (to some estimates, such as the testimony given in the U.S. Congress in 1939) have immigrated during the British Mandate alone, or during a 17 Years old period.

            At least 50,000 or more have immigrated from Hauran, Syria alone.

            Immigrants include: Arab – Egyptians (mainly in the early 1800s), Syrian, Algerian, Sudanese, S. Arabians. Other Muslims from: Bosnia during the 1800s and fascist Nazi Slavic-Muslims after WW2 [this Slavic mix might explain the phenomenon of lighter skinned small group among those calling themselves “Palestinians”].

            ‘Arab Palestine’ was always believed to be of a mixture of people, passing through it by trade, invasion, conquest, etc. From Arabia and elsewhere.

            Basically, today’s so called “Palestinians” [who, up to the 1960s were referred to either South Syrians prior to the 1920s, or plain Arabs, or more specifically Palestine Arabs, after the French removed Emir Faisal, from Damascus in 1920] since the late 1960s have adopted this title to be theirs exclusively] comprise a salad mixture of: Syrian Arabs, Saudi Arabs, Sudanese [Afro-]Arabs, Egyptian, Turkish, Kurdish, Bosnian, Algerian and others (which explains their surnames – telling of their origin/original land). Yet, this ‘mixture’ was never cohesive, nor did it ever before “see” itself as a “nation.”

    • Helen4Yemen

      The white man known as the Ashkenazi needs to stop hiding behind the word “Jew”

      For over a thousand years, there were no Jews living in Palestine –
      and there are no Palestinian Jews living anywhere in the world today
      .

      In 1882 when European Jewry arrived in Palestine as Zionist colonial settlers,
      they found:

      • 400,000 Arabic-speaking indigenous Palestinian Muslims (78%)

      • 40,000 Arabic-speaking indigenous Palestinian Christians (6%)

      • 15,000 YIDDISH-SPEAKING European Jews (3%)

      All the 15,000 Jews were migrants from Eastern Europe who had arrived in the 1830’s and 1840’s to live on halukka (charity) sent them to from abroad. Make no mistake about it that these indigent Jews of Eastern Europe were sent to plant the seed for Jewish presence on that land before the stampede to colonize the land would begin by European Jewry.

      • kirby1

        In 1695 a Dutch orientalist, Hadrian Reland, conducted a geographical survey of the region. He found that none of the known settlements, ancient or contemporary, bore Arabic names. Most names were Hebrew, Greek, or Latin in origin. Moreover, the land was almost empty of inhabitants, desolate, the few towns (Jerusalem, Acre, Safed, Jaffa, Tiberius and Gaza) inhabited mostly by Christians and Jews, with Muslims present only in very small number, mostly Bedouin in the hinterland.
        Zahir Muhse’in, a member of the PLO’s Executive Committee, stated:
        The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct ‘Palestinian people’ to oppose Zionism.
        In addition to verifying that the “Palestinians” are an invented people, Muhse’in also tells us why they were invented: “Only for political and tactical reasons…to oppose Zionism.”
        Palestinian ambassador reiterates call for a Jew-free Palestinian state

        • harris

          You should read Douglas Reed ” The controversy of Zion or Pierre Hillard. It’s not exactly what you describe…We all know that Israel is an apostate state, nothing holy in it…and if you listen to usurious zionist globalists like Jacques Attali, he now openly says, we want nations to disappear and it would be nice to have a world government with its capital in Jerusalem…!!???? has Pax Judaica been the goal since death of Christ ?

          • kirby1

            You should read Canterbury Rowan Williams speech he gave on March 27, speaking to the Sunday Times, former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams expressed his concern at rising levels of anti-Semitism on British university campuses. There are, he said, “worrying echoes” of Germany in the 1930s. Two days later, in The Times, Chris Bryant, the Shadow Leader of the House of Commons and a senior member of the British Labour party, warned that the political left was increasingly questioning the right of the state of Israel to exist, a view he called a “not too subtle form of anti-Semitism.”

          • harris

            Get a copy of “Jerusalem in the Coran from Hosein. We have today EXACTLY what is described in the book from an eschatological point of view. Pax Britannica , then Pax Americana and today the slow birth of Pax Judaica, Israel is to replace US as the ruling state in the world just as Jacques Attali says OPENLY today on French TV….. as Christ said , people with eyes but cannot see , with ears but cannot hear. The destruction of the nations is occurring through financial slavery and now the mixing of races, to have half cast slaves… just like in the Old Testament. Since the blood of Christ, we have had the Revolution (synagogue)….to get to Pax Judaica today with a false Messiah yet to come along.,,,in Jerusalem.

          • kirby1

            In a 2004 interview, FrontPage Magazine, Pacepa said:
            The PLO was dreamt up by the KGB, which had a penchant for “liberation” organizations. There was the National Liberation Army of Bolivia, created by the KGB in 1964 with help from Ernesto “Che” Guevara … the KGB also created the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine, which carried out numerous bombing attacks… In 1964 the first PLO Council, consisting of 422 Palestinian representatives handpicked by the KGB, approved the Palestinian National Charter — a document that had been drafted in Moscow. The Palestinian National Covenant and the Palestinian Constitution were also born in Moscow, with the help of Ahmed Shuqairy, a KGB influence agent who became the first PLO chairman…
            In the Wall Street Journal, Pacepa explained how the KGB built up Arafat — or in current parlance, how they constructed a narrative for him:
            He was an Egyptian bourgeois turned into a devoted Marxist by KGB foreign intelligence. The KGB had trained him at its Balashikha special-operations school east of Moscow and in the mid-1960s decided to groom him as the future PLO leader. First, the KGB destroyed the official records of Arafat’s birth in Cairo, and replaced them with fictitious documents saying that he had been born in Jerusalem and was therefore a Palestinian by birth.

          • harris

            What you write above does not contradict in anyway what I said to you about the dark movements Pax Britannica Pax America and soon Pax Judaica. This person Helen4Yemen is right. Read Schlomo Sand or Arthur Koestler The13th tribe….

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this got to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world Jewry and 99% of
            European ancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            ……………..

          • kirby1

            We only need to look at the birthplaces of the most infamous early Palestinian leaders to realise many of the Palestinians are not indigenous:

            Yasser Arafat, PLO Chairman, PNA president, Leader of Fatah and the Palestinian people – born 1929 in Cairo, Egypt

            Izz ad-Din al-Qassam, national hero and founder of The Black Hand – born 1882 in Jableh, Syria

            Ahmad Shukeiri, chairman of PLO – born 1908 in Tebnine, Lebanon
            Ahmed Hilmi Pasha, Prime-Minister All-Palestine Government – born in 1883, Sidon, Lebanon

            Abu Abbas, founder of the PLF – born 1948 in Damascus, Syria

            Fawzi al-Qawuqji, Palestine Field Commander of Arab Liberation Army – born 1890 in Tripoli, Lebanon

            Faisal Abdel Qader Al-Husseini –born 1948 in Baghdad, Iraq

            Nayef Hawatmeh, General Secretary of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine – born 1938 in Salt, Jordan

            Mahmoud al-Zahar, co-founder of Hamas – born 1945 in Cairo, Egypt.

        • Helen4Yemen

          Dershowitz = 99.9% European, 0% Middle Eastern

          Kushner = 99.9% European, 0% Middle Eastern

          The Ashkenazi is totally alien to the region.

          Are you saying Khazars are entitled to Arab land

          Take a look here:

          https://i.imgur.COM/LYoAcwR.png

          • kirby1

            In their own words:
            “There is no such country as Palestine! ‘Palestine’ is a term the Zionists invented! There is no Palestine in the Bible. Our country was for centuries part of Syria.”
            “Palestine and Transjordan are one.”

          • kirby1

            In their own words:
            “We consider Palestine as part of Arab Syria, as it has never been separated from it at any time. We are connected with it by national, religious, linguistic, natural, economic and geographical bonds.” (First Congress of Muslim-Christian Associations, February 1919)

        • Helen4Yemen

          How is the white man known as the Ashkenazi connected to Hebrew? Is he not 100% European?

          https://i.imgur.COM/LYoAcwR.png

          • kirby1

            Many Arabs identify their origins by their family names. Here are some of the most common family names among the “Palestinians”:
            “Masri” = from Egypt-Hamas member of Parliament, Mushir al-Masri (the word “masri” littelery means “the egyptian” in arabic !).
            
”Khamis”= Bahrain “Salem Hanna Khamis” “al-Faruqi”= Mosul, Iraq
            
”al-Araj” = Morocco, a member of the Saadi Dynasty “Hussein al-Araj”
            
”al Lubnani” = the Lebanese
            
”al-Mughrabi” = the Moroccan (Maghreb” – meaning “West” in Arabic, and usually referring to North Africa or specifically to Morocco)
            
”al-Djazair” = the Algerian
            
”al-Yamani” = the Yemeni “Issam Al Yamani”
            
”al-Afghani” = the Afghan
            
”al-Hindi” = the Indian “Amin al-Hindi”
            
”Iraqi” = from Iraq.
            
”halabi” = from Aleppo, Syria
            
”El Baghdadi” = from Baghdad Iraq.
            
”Tarabulsi”= Tarabulus-Tripoli, Lebanon.
            
”Hourani” = Houran Syria.
            
”al-Husayni” = Saudi Arabia.
            
”Saudi” = Saudi Arabia.
            
”Metzarwah”= Egypt.
            
”Barda—wil” = “Salah Bardawil” HAMAS legislator in Gaza; Egypt, Bardawil Lake area.
            
”Nashashibi” = Syria.
            
”Bushnak” = Bosnia
            
”zoabi”= from Iraq: “Haneen Zoabi”.
            
”Turki” = Turkey “Daud Turki”
            
”al-Kurd” = Kurdistan.
            
”Haddadins” = YEMEN descended from Ghassanid Christian Arabs.
            
”Arab Abu-Kishk” = Egypt.(Bedouins)
            
”Arab al shakirat” = Egypt (Bedouins)
            
”Arab al zabidat” = Egypt (Bedouins)
            
”Arab al aramsha” = Egypt (Bedouins)

          • Helen4Yemen

            So what? They are not 100% Lithuanian, Hungarian, German?

            The Ashkenazi = 100% European , 0% Middle Eastern! Not even a trace.

            So much for the fake Israelite!

          • kirby1

            According to Palestinian revisionism, the Palestinians lived from time immemorial in historic Palestine, which is portrayed as a veritable paradise of flourishing orchards and fertile vineyards, teeming with happy peasants. Then, according to the mythic narrative, the Zionists came and, with the support of the British, stole the Palestinians’ land, exiled the people, and initiated a reign of terror and ethnic cleansing that has not abated until this very day.
            Since the Six Day War of 1967, the Arab world’s most powerful leaders — in Egypt, Libya, Arabia, Syria, and Iraq prior to Saddam Hussein’s demise — have waged a war of words against Israel. Having failed to defeat Israel by means of naked military aggression, these leaders and their advisors decided, sometime between the end of the war and the Khartoum Conference of August-September 1967, to bring about the destruction of Israel by means of a relentless terror war.
            To justify to the world their ruthless murder of Israeli civilians and their undying hatred of the West, these leaders needed to invent a narrative depicting Israel as a racist, war-mongering, oppressive, apartheid state that was illegally occupying Arab land and carrying out the genocide of an indigenous people that had a stronger claim to the land of Israel than did Israel itself.
            Thus the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), under the tutelage of the Soviet KGB, invented “The Palestinian People” who allegedly had been forced to wage a war of national liberation against imperialism.

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this got to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world Jewry and 99% of
            European ancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            ……………

          • kirby1

            No Palestinian
            Israel “Palestine” in the 1800s – massive Arab immigration following Jews’ return = the true origin of the (today’s) so called “Palestinians”
            How odd that such last names as al-Masri (the Egyptian,), al-Djazair (the Algerian), el-Mughrabi (the Moroccan), al-Yamani (the Yemenite) and even al-Afghani are so common among those claiming to be “Palestinians.”
            Today’s Palestinians are immigrants from many nations: “Balkans, Greeks, Syrians, Latins, Egyptians, Turks, Armenians, Italians, Persians, Kurds, Germans, Afghans, Circassians, Bosnians, Sudaneese, Samaritans, Algerians, Motawila, Tartars, Hungarians, Scots, Navarese, Bretons, English, Franks, Ruthenians, Bohemians, Bulgarians, Georgians, Syrians, Persian Nestorians, Indians, Copts, Maronites, and many others.” (DeHass, History, p. 258. John of Wurzburg list from Reinhold Rohricht edition, pp. 41, 69).
            There are villages populated wholly by settlers from other portions of the Turkish Empire in the 19th century. There are villages of Bosnians, Circassians, and Egyptians. -Parkes, James William, History of the Peoples of Palestine, Hammondsworth, Great Britain, 1970, p. 212.
            There are very large contingents from the Mediterranean countries, especially Armenia, Greece, and Italy, Turkomen settlers, a fairly large Afghan colony, Motawila, immigrants from Persia, tribes of Kurds, a Bosnian colony, Circassian settlements, a large Algerian element, Sudanese… -Encyclopedia Brittanica, 1911 ed

          • Helen4Yemen

            “In 1920, the British Government’s Interim Report on
            the Civil Administration of Palestine stated that there
            were hardly 700,000 people living in Palestine. The
            Jewish element of the population numbers 76,000.
            Almost all have entered Palestine during the last
            40 years. Prior to 1850 there were in the country only
            a handful of Jews. In the following 30 years a few
            hundreds came to Palestine. Most of them were
            animated by religious motives; they came to pray and
            to die in the Holy Land, and to be buried in its soil.
            After the persecutions in Russia forty years ago, the
            movement of the Jews to Palestine assumed larger
            proportions.”

            https://en.wikipedia.ORG/wiki/Demographic_history_of_Palestine_(region)

          • kirby1

            A Few Forgotten Facts
            1. Israel became a nation in 1312 BCE, two thousand years before the rise of Islam.
            2. Arab refugees in Israel began identifying themselves as part of a Palestinian people in 1967, two decades after the establishment of the modern State of Israel.
            3. Since the Jewish conquest in 1272 BCE, the Jews have had dominion over the land for one thousand years with a continuous presence in the land for the past 3,300 years.
            4. The only Arab dominion since the conquest in 635 CE lasted no more than 22 years.
            5. For over 3,300 years, Jerusalem has been the Jewish capital Jerusalem has never been the capital of any Arab or Muslim entity. Even when the Jordanians occupied Jerusalem, they never sought to make it their capital, and Arab leaders did not come to visit.
            6. Jerusalem is mentioned over 700 times in Tanach, the Jewish Holy Scriptures. Jerusalem is not mentioned once in the Koran.
            7. King David founded the city of Jerusalem. Mohammed never came to Jerusalem.
            8. Jews pray facing Jerusalem. Muslims pray with their backs toward Jerusalem.
            9. In 1948 the Arab refugees were encouraged to leave Israel by Arab leaders promising to purge the land of Jews. Sixty-eight percent left without ever seeing an Israeli soldier.
            10. The Jewish refugees were forced to flee from Arab lands due to Arab brutality, persecution, and slaughter.
            11. The number of Arab refugees who left Israel in 1948 is estimated to be around 630,000. The number of Jewish refugees from Arab lands is estimated to be the same.
            12. Arab refugees were intentionally not absorbed or integrated into the Arab lands to which they fled, despite the vast Arab territory. Out of the 100,000,000 refugees since World War II, theirs is the only refugee group in the world that has never been absorbed or integrated into their own people’s lands. Jewish refugees were completely absorbed into Israel, a country no larger than the state of New Jersey.
            13. The Arabs are represented by eight separate nations, not including the Palestinians. There is only one Jewish nation. The Arab nations initiated all five wars and lost. Israel defended itself each time and won.
            14. The PLO’s Charter still calls for the destruction of the State of Israel. Israel has given the Palestinians most of the West Bank land, autonomy under the Palestinian Authority, and has supplied them.
            15. Under Jordanian rule, Jewish holy sites were desecrated and the Jews were denied access to places of worship. Under Israeli rule, all Muslim and Christian sites have been preserved and made accessible to people of all faiths.
            16. The UN Record on Israel and the Arabs: of the 175 Security Council resolutions passed before 1990, 97 were directed against Israel.
            17. Of the 690 General Assembly resolutions voted on before 1990, 429 were directed against Israel.
            18. The UN was silent while 58 Jerusalem Synagogues were destroyed by the Jordanians.
            19. The UN was silent while the Jordanians systematically desecrated the ancient Jewish cemetery on the Mount of Olives.
            20. The UN was silent while the Jordanians enforced an apartheid-like a policy of preventing Jews from visiting the Temple Mount and the Western Wall.

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this got to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world Jewry and 99% of
            European ancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            …………

          • kirby1

            The British Consul in Palestine reported in 1857 that
            The country is in a considerable degree empty of inhabitants and therefore its greatest need is that of a body of population….
            In the 1860s, it was reported that “depopulation is even now advancing. At the same time, H. B. Tristram noted in his journal that
            The north and south [of the Sharon plain] land is going out of cultivation and whole villages are rapidly disappearing from the face of the earth. Since the year 1838, no less than 20 villages there have been thus erased from the map [by the Bedouin] and the stationary population extirpated.
            Mark Twain, in his inimitable fashion, expressed scom for what he called the “romantic” and “prejudiced” accounts of Palestine after he visited the Holy Land in 1867. In one location after another, Twain registered gloom at his findings.
            Stirring scenes … occur in the valley [Jezreel] no more. There is not a solitary village throughout its whole extent-not for thirty miles in either direction. There are two or three small clusters of Bedouin tents, but not a single permanent habitation. One may ride ten miles hereabouts and not see ten human beings.
            In fact, according to Twain, even the Bedouin raiders who attacked “so fiercely” had been imported: “provided for the occasion … shipped from Jerusalem,” by the Arabs who guarded each group of pilgrims.
            They met together in full view of the pilgrims, after the battle, and took lunch, divided the baksheesh extorted in the season of danger and then accompanied the cavalcade home to the city! The nuisance of an Arab guard is one which is created by the sheikhs and the Bedouins together,

          • Helen4Yemen

            Where did the indigenous Palestinian Jews go?

            There are millions of Palestinian Muslims and Palestinian
            Christians but no Palestinian Jews. There simply are no
            more indigenous Palestinian Jews left in the world.
            They did not disappear but over the centuries converted
            to Islam and Christianity. Ask me to name a few Palestinian
            Muslims and Palestinian Christians and I can provide to you
            hundreds of names. You cannot give me the name of a single
            indigenous Palestinian Jew anywhere in the world because
            there no such people called Palestinian Jews. Which means
            that all the Jews in the 1830’s and 1840’s in Palestine were
            Yiddish-speaking Jews from Eastern Europe who had come a
            to live on charities sent to them from abroad. For over
            thousand years prior to the 1830’s when Eastern European
            Jews began to arrive, there were no Jews living on that land.

          • kirby1

            In the Wall Street Journal, Pacepa explained how the KGB built up Arafat — or in current parlance, how they constructed a narrative for him:
            He was an Egyptian bourgeois turned into a devoted Marxist by KGB foreign intelligence. The KGB had trained him at its Balashikha special-operations school east of Moscow and in the mid-1960s decided to groom him as the future PLO leader. First, the KGB destroyed the official records of Arafat’s birth in Cairo, and replaced them with fictitious documents saying that he had been born in Jerusalem and was therefore a Palestinian by birth.

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this got to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world Jewry and 99% of
            European ancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            ……..–

          • kirby1

            In the mid-1700s, British archaeologist Thomas Shaw wrote that the land in Palestine was “lacking in people to till its fertile soil.”6An eighteenth-century French author and historian, Count Constantine Frangois Volney, wrote of Palestine as the “ruined” and “desolate” land.
            In “Greater Syria,” which included Palestine,
            Many parts … lost almost all their peasantry. In others…. the recession was great but not so total.7
            Count Volney reported that, “In consequence of such wretched government, the greater part of the Pachilics [Provinces] in the empire are impoverished and laid waste.” Using one province as an example, Volney reported that
            … upwards of three thousand two hundred villages were reckoned; but, at present, the collector can scarcely find four hundred. Such of our merchants as have resided there twenty years have themselves seen the greater part of the environs … become depopulated. The traveller meets with nothing but houses in ruins, cisterns rendered useless, and fields abandoned. Those who cultivated them have fled… 8
            … And can we hope long to carry on an advantageous commerce with a country which is precipitately hastening to ruin? 9
            Describing Palestine in 1843, stated that, “the land had not fully reached its last prophetic degree of desolation and depopulation.
            From place to place the reporters varied, but not the reports: J. S. Buckingham described his visit of 1816 to Jaffa, which “has all the appearances of a poor village, and every part of it that we saw was of corresponding meanness.”
            Buckingham described Ramle, “where, as throughout the greater part of Palestine, the ruined portion seemed more extensive than that which was inhabited.
            After a visit in 1817-1818, travelers reported that there was not “a single boat of any description on the lake [Tiberias].”In a German encyclopedia published in 1827, Palestine was depicted as “desolate and roamed through by Arab bands of robbers.”
            Throughout the nineteenth century the abandonment and dismal state of the terrain was lamented. In 1840 an observer, who was traveling through, wrote of his admiration for the Syrian “fine spirited race of men” whose “population is on the decline.”While scorning the idea of Jewish colonization, the writer observed that the once populous area between Hebron and Bethlehem was “now abandoned and desolate” with “dilapidated towns.” Jerusalem consisted of “a large number of houses … in a dilapidated and ruinous state,” and “the masses really seem to be without any regular employment.” The “masses” of Jerusalem were estimated at less than 15,000 inhabitants, of whom more than half the population were Jews
            The British Consul in Palestine reported in 1857 that
            The country is in a considerable degree empty of inhabitants and therefore its greatest need is that of a body of population….

          • kirby1

            In 1695 a Dutch orientalist, Hadrian Reland, conducted a geographical survey of the region. He found that none of the known settlements, ancient or contemporary, bore Arabic names. Most names were Hebrew, Greek, or Latin in origin. Moreover, the land was almost empty of inhabitants, desolate, the few towns (Jerusalem, Acre, Safed, Jaffa, Tiberius and Gaza) inhabited mostly by Christians and Jews, with Muslims present only in very small number, mostly Bedouin in the hinterland.
            Zahir Muhse’in, a member of the PLO’s Executive Committee, stated:
            The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct ‘Palestinian people’ to oppose Zionism.
            In addition to verifying that the “Palestinians” are an invented people, Muhse’in also tells us why they were invented: “Only for political and tactical reasons…to oppose Zionism.”
            Palestinian ambassador reiterates call for a Jew-free Palestinian state

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this got to do with the Ashkenazi

            who is 95% of world Jewry and 99% European?

          • kirby1

            From the beginning of World War 1 Arabs were claiming Jews stole Palestinian land and displaced them. However, the majority of the land in this region was owned by the Ottoman Empire (subsequently the British) and absentee landlords who lived in Cairo, Damascus and Beirut. During this period 80 percent of the Palestinian Arabs were impoverished peasants, semi-nomads and Bedouins… not wealthy landowners.1

            The region was severely underpopulated which meant the Jews were able to avoid buying land in areas where Arabs might be displaced, which they did. They sought land that was largely uncultivated, swampy, sandy, and most importantly, without tenants. In 1920, David Ben-Gurion expressed his concern about the Arab fellaheen (peasants), whom he viewed as “the most important asset of the native population” he said “under no circumstances must we touch land belonging to fellahs or worked by them”. He advocated helping liberate them from their oppressors. “Only if a fellah leaves his place of settlement,” Ben-Gurion added, “should we offer to buy his land, at an appropriate price.” 2

          • Helen4Yemen

            Note: “fellahin” is referring to the Palestinian farmers.

            David Ben-Gurion – 1918: “The fellahin are not descendants of
            the Arab conquerors, who captured Eretz Israel and Syria in the
            seventh century CE. The Arab victors did not destroy the
            agricultural population they found in the country. They expelled
            only the alien Byzantine rulers, and did not touch the local
            population. Nor did the Arabs go in for settlement.”

            David Ben-Gurion- 1918: “Even in their former habitations the
            Arabs did not engage in farming…their whole interest in the new
            countries was political, religious and material: to rule, to
            propagate Islam, and to collect taxes…the Jewish farmer, like any
            other farmer, was not easily torn from his soil…Despite the
            repression and suffering the rural population remained
            unchanged.”

            Itzhak Ben-Zvi – 1929: “The great majority of the fellahin do not
            descend from the Arab conquerors but before that, from the
            Jewish fellahin, who were the foundation of this country before
            its conquest by Islam.”

            Benny Morris: “The vast majority of Arabs who live in Palestine
            originated in Palestine, ‘originated’ meaning they have been
            living in Palestine for hundreds of years.”

          • kirby1

            The imaginary country called “Palestine”
            How many millions of people around the world vaguely think that the occupied territories used to be part of a country called “Palestine”?
            In reality, of course, they were previously part of Egypt and Jordan (or to be precise, previously occupied by Egypt and Jordan).
            This country called “Palestine” has never existed.
            Lefties are so invested in their concept of a “country” called “Palestine” that they get furious when you question it:
            I calmly point out to Irish leftie “Auntie Dote” that her map showing “Palestinian land” is: “Fake history. No such concept as “Palestinians” before 1960s.” She responds: “Wrong. Fail. Bye.” and blocks me!

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this go to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world pooulation and 99% of
            Europa ancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            ….

          • kirby1

            “This illegal[ Arab] immigration was not only going on from the Sinai, but also from Trans-Jordan and Syria, and it is very difficult to make a case out for the misery of the Arabs if at the same time their compatriots from adjoining states could not be kept from going in to share that misery.” C.S. Jarvis, Governor of the Sinai from 1923-36- Fred M. Gottheil, “The Smoking Gun: Arab Immigration into Israel 1922-1931” Middle East Quarterly, Winter 2003

          • Helen4Yemen

            Christopher Hitchens : I went to interview some of these early Jewish colonial zealots—written off in those days as mere ‘fringe’ elements—and found that they called themselves Gush Emunim or—it sounded just as bad in English—’The Bloc of the Faithful.’ Why not just say ‘Party of God’ and have done with it? At least they didn’t have the nerve to say that they stole other people’s land because their own home in Poland or Belarus had been taken from them. They said they took the land because god had given it to them from time immemorial. In the noisome town of Hebron, where all of life is focused on a supposedly sacred boneyard in a dank local cave, one of the world’s less pretty sights is that of supposed yeshivah students toting submachine guns and humbling the Arab inhabitants. When I asked one of these charmers where he got his legal authority to be a squatter, he flung his hand, index finger outstretched, toward the sky. ? Christopher Hitchens, Hitch-22: A Memoir

          • kirby1

            New York Times in 1948.
            At this point, the Israelis were referred to as the Jews of “Palestine”.
            Israel’s local Muslim enemies were just called the “Arabs”.
            The name “Palestinians” was only invented later.

          • harris

            Yes you are correct. Rome destroyed Jerusalem the Judahites and the Bible Hebrews in ad 70.

          • kirby1

            As “Palestinian” politician Zouhair Moussein told the Dutch newspaper Trouw in 1977 (Israel Matzav):
            “The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct ‘Palestinian people’ to oppose Zionism.
            “For tactical reasons, Jordan, which is a sovereign state with defined borders, cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa, while as a Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and Jersusalem. However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan. There are no differences between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. We are all part of one nation. It is only for political reasons that we carefully underline our Palestinian identity… yes, the existence of a separate Palestinian identity serves only tactical purposes. The founding of a Palestinian state is a new tool in the continuing battle against Israel.”

          • Helen4Yemen

            Zionism was terrorism from its inception
            Ben Gurion: We have to use force and take their land.

            ♦ “A partial Jewish state is not the end, but only the beginning…
            I am certain that we will not be prevented from settling in the
            other parts of the country, either by mutual agreement with
            our Arab neighbors or by some other means… [If the Arabs
            refuse] we shall have to speak to them in a different language.
            But we shall only have another language if we have a state. ”

            Ben Gurion Chomsky, Fateful Triangle”” Page 291″
            __________________

            ♦.. it is possible that the Arabs will follow the dictates of sterile
            nationalist emotions and tell us: “We want neither your
            honey nor your sting. We’d rather that the Negev remain
            barren than that Jews should inhabit it.” If this occurs, we
            will have to talk to them in a different language
            – and we will
            have a different language – but such a language will not be
            ours without a state.

            Ben Gurion – Letter to his son – 1937
            ___________________

            ♦ “Transfer is what will make possible a comprehensive settlement
            programme. Thankfully, the Arab people have vast empty areas.
            Jewish power, which grows steadily, will also increase our
            possibilities to carry out the transfer on a large scale
            .”

            Benny Morris – The birth of the Palestinian refugee problem
            revisited – 2004 – page 48

          • kirby1

            August 23, 2009 by Ricki Hollander
            Anti-Jewish Violence in Pre-State Palestine/1929 Massacres
            Arab violence against Jews is often alleged to have begun with the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948 or as a result of Israel’s capture in 1967 of territories occupied by Jordan. But even before the Mandate for Palestine was assigned to Great Britain by the Allies at the San Remo Conference (April 1920) and endorsed by the League of Nations (July 1922), Palestinian Arabs were carrying out organized attacks against Jewish communities in Palestine. Systematic violence began in early 1920 with murderous assaults by groups of local Arabs against settlements in the north and by Muslim pilgrims against Jerusalem’s Jews. Again in 1921, Arab rioters attacked Jews in Jaffa and its environs. The primary agitator behind these attacks was Haj Amin al Husseini, who marshalled Arab discontent over Jewish immigration into violent riots.
            In 1929, Husseini and his associates fomented a violent jihad as they called upon Muslims to “defend” their holy places from the Jews. As a result, pogroms were carried out across Palestine. Arab villagers sympathetic to Jews were often targets of murderous attacks by their Arab brethren as well. British forces were sharply criticized for not policing the territory adequately, for sympathizing with the Arabs, and for standing by and allowing havoc to be wreaked upon Jewish communities in Palestine.
            In 1936, the Arab Higher Committee, led by Grand Mufti Husseini, launched a campaign of anti-Jewish violence across Palestine. Accompanied by a six-month-long strike, the campaign became known as “The Arab Revolt.” As the British increasingly became targets of Arab violence, they used massive force to suppress the aggression. The revolt was finally quashed in 1939. The resulting White Paper of 1939 reversed British commitment to a Jewish State (the raison d’etre of the Mandate) and drastically limited Jewish immigration into Palestine.

          • Helen4Yemen

            You do not deny that the Ashkenazi = 99.9% Europoean but
            you want the European to be on Arab land? WEIRD!

          • kirby1

            There is no such country as Palestine. ‘Palestine’ is a term the Zionists invented. There is no Palestine in the Bible. Our country was for centuries part of Syria. ‘Palestine’ is alien to us. It is the Zionists who introduced it.” – Auni Bey Abdul-Hadi, Syrian Arab leader

            “There is no such thing as a Palestinian people, there is no Palestinian entity, there is only Syria. You are an integral part of the Syrian people, Palestine is an integral part of Syria. Therefore it is we, the Syrian authorities, who are the true representatives of the Palestinian people.” – Syrian dictator Hafez Assad to the PLO leader Yassir Arafat

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this go to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world pooulation and 99% of
            Europeanancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            –..

          • kirby1

            Here are some of the most common family names among the “Palestinians”:
            “Masri” = from Egypt-Hamas member of Parliament, Mushir al-Masri (the word “masri” littelery means “the egyptian” in arabic !).
            
”Khamis”= Bahrain “Salem Hanna Khamis” “al-Faruqi”= Mosul, Iraq
            
”al-Araj” = Morocco, a member of the Saadi Dynasty “Hussein al-Araj”
            
”al Lubnani” = the Lebanese
            
”al-Mughrabi” = the Moroccan (Maghreb” – meaning “West” in Arabic, and usually referring to North Africa or specifically to Morocco)
            
”al-Djazair” = the Algerian
            
”al-Yamani” = the Yemeni “Issam Al Yamani”
            
”al-Afghani” = the Afghan
            
”al-Hindi” = the Indian “Amin al-Hindi”
            
”Iraqi” = from Iraq.
            
”halabi” = from Aleppo, Syria
            
”El Baghdadi” = from Baghdad Iraq.
            
”Tarabulsi”= Tarabulus-Tripoli, Lebanon.
            
”Hourani” = Houran Syria.
            
”al-Husayni” = Saudi Arabia.
            
”Saudi” = Saudi Arabia.
            
”Metzarwah”= Egypt.
            
”Barda—wil” = “Salah Bardawil” HAMAS legislator in Gaza; Egypt, Bardawil Lake area.
            
”Nashashibi” = Syria.
            
”Bushnak” = Bosnia
            
”zoabi”= from Iraq: “Haneen Zoabi”.
            
”Turki” = Turkey “Daud Turki”
            
”al-Kurd” = Kurdistan.
            
”Haddadins” = YEMEN descended from Ghassanid Christian Arabs.
            
”Arab Abu-Kishk” = Egypt.(Bedouins)
            
”Arab al shakirat” = Egypt (Bedouins)
            
”Arab al zabidat” = Egypt (Bedouins)
            
”Arab al aramsha” = Egypt (Bedouins)

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this got to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world Jewry and 99% of
            European ancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            …………

          • kirby1

            Arab-American historian and Princeton University professor, Philip Hitti, testifying before the Anglo-American Committee in 1946, “There is no such thing as ‘Palestine’ in history, absolutely not.” And so, if there was no “Palestine” in the pre-1948 Arab consciousness, there was no Palestinian people.
            There is no such thing as an Arab “Palestinian.” Before Israel’s statehood in 1948, the name “Palestinian” meant a Jewish person living in that land, not an Arab. The word Palestinian became associated with Arabs only later, when Yasser Arafat artificially created a new so-called nation of Arab “Palestinians,” many of whom came from and have direct relatives in neighboring countries, such as Jordan or Egypt. By 1948 enough Jewish people had returned to the land to establish the modern Jewish state of Israel. So all the world should know that there never was a “Palestinian Arab” state, nor even a “Palestinian Arab” people. They should know that all the Arabs living in the Israeli territories came from neighboring Arab states.

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this got to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world Jewry and 99% of
            European ancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            ………………

          • kirby1

            In the early seventeenth century a pair of Christian visitors to Safed told of life for the Jews: “Life here is the poorest and most miserable that one can imagine.” Because of the harshness of Turkish rule and its crippling dhimmi oppressions, the Jews “pay for the very air they breathe.”[29] Yet at the turn of the century, the Jewish population had grown from 8,000-10,000 (in 1555) to between 20,000 and 30,000 souls.[30]
            With Murad’s anti-Jewish innovations and the economic upset of the Turkish Empire came lawlessness. “Public security was undermined,” and Turkey had very quickly lost-a matter of decades after its conquest-its widely heralded tolerance of Jewish infidels. “Turkey ceased to be a lodestar for exile Jewry.”[31]
            In sixteenth-century Jerusalem, the Jews’ taxation was tantamount to extortion, and the last remaining synagogue — a monument from the time of Nachmanides — was expropriated in 1586. As a result, most of Jerusalem’s Jewry hastened off to Hebron, Gaza, and Tiberias.[32]
            But the marauders were everywhere — Bedouin raiders, general anarchy, tax corruption — with the additional tax burden that aimed only at Jews.[33] Yet the Jewish communities of Judah-cum-Palestine “still held on all over the country. … in Hebron … Gaza, Ramle, Sh’chem [Nablus], Safed…. Acre, Sidon, Tyre, Haifa, Irsuf, Caesarea, and El Arish; and Jews continued to live and till the soil in Galilean villages.”

            Those Jews remaining in Jerusalem were “bitterly persecuted” during the seventeenth-century reign of an Arab ruler who purchased his governorship and arrested the Jewish leaders.[35] Under the next ruler, while the hapless Jews were “speculating on the advent of the Messiah,” a great number of them were massacred.

          • Helen4Yemen

            Name of PM………… Original name………. Family origin

            Netanyahu…………… Mileikowsky…………… Lithuania

            Ehud Olmert………… Unknown ………………. Ukraine

            Ariel Sharon…………. Arik Scheinermann….. Russia

            Ehud Barak………….. Ehud Brog………………. Ukraine

            Shimon Peres………. Szymon Perski…………. Poland

            Yitzhak Rabin……….. Unknown ………………. Ukraine

            Yitzhak Shamir……… Icchak Jeziernicky…… Belarus

            Menachem Begin….. Mieczyslaw Biegun….. Belarus

            Golda Meir…………… Golda Mabovitch…….. Ukraine

            Levi Eshkol…………… Levi Shkolnik………….. Ukraine

            Moshe Sharett……… Moshe Shertok……….. Ukraine

            David Ben-Gurion…. David Grün…………….. Poland

            Why can’t the Arab Jews elect one of their own?
            Why always a European?

          • kirby1

            Even Yasser Arafat, the most famous “Palestinian” and leader of the P.L.O terrorist organization, was not native to Judea. He called himself a “Palestinian refugee” but spoke Arabic with an Egyptian accent. He was born in 1929 Cairo, Egypt. He served in the Egyptian army, studied in the University of Cairo, and lived in Cairo until 1956! His full name was Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini. “Al-Qudwa” tribe origin?

            Yasser Arafat also proudly stated in his authorized biography that, “If there is any such thing as a Palestinian people, it is I, Yasser Arafat, who created them.”l

            The Arab immigrants were drawn to the land because Jewish settlement there brought on development of economic opportunities as well as improvement in sanitation and medicine.

            In 1939, then-U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt said that the immigration of Arabs to Palestine since 1921 was outpacing the immigration of Jews during that same period.

            Winston Churchill, who would later become prime minister of Britain, commented on the massive waves of Arab immigration into the country during that time. “Despite the fact that they were never persecuted, masses of Arabs poured into the country and multiplied” Churchill observed.

          • Helen4Yemen

            Christopher Hitchens : In Palestine, tread softly, for you tread on their dreams. And do not tell the Palestinians that they were never fallen upon and bruised in the first place. Do not shame yourself with the cheap lie that they were told by their leaders to run away. Also, stop saying that nobody knew how to cultivate oranges in Jaffa until the Jews showed them how. ‘Making the desert bloom’—one of Yvonne’s stock phrases—makes desert dwellers out of people who were the agricultural superiors of the Crusaders. Christopher Hitchens, Hitch-22: A Memoir

          • kirby1

            Arafat did not want a Palestinian state:
            The Oslo Accords 1993.
            Terrorist leader Yasser Arafat was given every opportunity to set up a functioning Palestinian state. But he refused to do so. He had no interest in such a thing.
            The Intifada 2000. Arafat’s ultimate reply.
            Hamas do not want a Palestinian state:
            Israeli withdrawal from Gaza 2005.
            Hamas now had a chance to ignore Israel and set up a functioning Palestinian state in Gaza. But of course they refused to do so. They have no interest in such a thing.
            The Gaza wars in 2008 onwards are their reply.

          • Helen4Yemen

            Why is it the business of the Ashkenazi who is confirmed by
            DNA to be 99% of European ancestry but 0% of Middle Eastern
            ancestry? Should the European pay attention to his European
            affairs?

          • kirby1

            By 1947, Jewish holdings in Palestine amounted to about 463,000 acres. Approximately 45,000 of these acres were acquired from the Mandatory Government; 30,000 were bought from various churches and 387,500 were purchased from Arabs. Analyses of land purchases from 1880 to 1948 show that 73 percent of Jewish plots were purchased from large landowners, not poor fellahin. 7 Those who sold land included the mayors of Gaza, Jerusalem and Jaffa. As’ad el–Shuqeiri, a Muslim religious scholar and father of PLO chairman Ahmed Shuqeiri, took Jewish money for his land. Even King Abdullah leased land to the Jews. In fact, many leaders of the Arab nationalist movement, including members of the Muslim Supreme Council, sold land to Jews. 8

          • kirby1

            In their own words:
            “There is no such country as Palestine! ‘Palestine’ is a term the Zionists invented! There is no Palestine in the Bible. Our country was for centuries part of Syria.”
            “Palestine and Transjordan are one.”

          • Helen4Yemen

            CRYING WOLF AGAIN ?

            ____________________________________
            1) 1900-06-11 – The New York Times
            6,000,000 living, bleeding, suffering arguments in favor of zionism

            http://query.nytimes.COM/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=9E01E7D61F3CE433A25752C1A9609C946197D6CF
            ____________________________________
            2) 1918-10-18 – The New York Times
            6,000,000 souls will need help to resume normal life

            http://query.nytimes.COM/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=9B0CE5DB1539E13ABC4052DFB6678383609EDE
            ____________________________________
            3) 1919-09-08 – The New York Times
            6,000,000 souls in ukrainia and in poland have received notice through action and by word that they are going to be completely exterminated

            http://query.nytimes.COM/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=9B00E0DE153AE03ABC4053DFBF668382609EDE
            ____________________________________
            4) 1919-11-12 – The New York Times
            6,000,000 jewish souls facing poverty, starvation and disease

            http://query.nytimes.COM/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=9E02E6DC1F3BEE3ABC4A52DFB7678382609EDE
            ____________________________________
            5) 1936-05-31 – The New York Times
            save millions jews escape from the european holocaust

            http://www.nytimes.COM/learning/teachers/archival/19360531petition.pdf
            ____________________________________

          • kirby1

            Israel-haters talk as if the Jews are a recent arrival in the region.
            The entry for JERUSALEM in the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica shows a different story.
            Jerusalem in 1905 was 67 percent Jewish, 22 percent Christian, 12 percent Muslim.

            The Middle East in 1914.
            Israel is just a region in the Ottoman Empire.
            There is no country called “Palestine”.

            Bruce Thornton, Dec 2011: “The truly “ignorant,” however, are those who have bought the “Palestinian homeland” propaganda. Where was all this talk about a homeland for the Palestinians in 1948, when the Arab armies invaded Israel? Their aim was not to create a Palestinian state, but rather to carve up the rest of British Mandatory Palestine … “Abdullah [ruler of Transjordan] was to swallow up the central hill regions of Palestine . . . The Egyptians would get the Negev. The Galilee would go to Syria, except that the coastal part as far as Acre would be added to the Lebanon.” Until 1967, the so-called “West Bank” was part of Jordan, but none of the Arab nations agitated for the creation of a Palestinian state. The “Palestinian homeland” became a tactical weapon after violence failed to achieve the real aim, the destruction of Israel.”

          • Helen4Yemen

            The Nigerian Jew is a Jew, is he Semitic?
            The Ugandan, the Chinese, the Indian, the German
            Jews are Semites? But how can the Ashkenazi be
            Semitic @99.9% European dna? Explain that?

          • kirby1

            Tour of the Holy Land in 1695 shows no Islamic nation at all. “Most of the land was empty, desolate, and the inhabitants few in number and mostly concentrated in the towns of Jerusalem, Acco, Tzfat, Jaffa, Tiberius and Gaza. Most of the inhabitants were Jews and the rest Christians. There were few Muslims, mostly nomad Bedouins. … In the Galilee capital, Nazareth, lived approximately 700 Christians and in Jerusalem approximately 5000 people, mostly Jews and some Christians. … In Gaza for example, lived approximately 550 people, 50 percent Jews and the rest mostly Christians.”

          • Helen4Yemen

            Are the Ashkenazi “coming back” to Palestine? But DNA has confirmed that their ancestry points towards Poland and the neighborhood at 99.9% and towards Palestine at 0%.

          • kirby1

            The Land of Israel has the greatest density of archeological sites in the world. Judea, Samaria, the Galilee, the Negev, the Golan Heights and other areas of the country are packed with archeological evidence of the Jewish commonwealths. As for Jerusalem, literally every inch of the city holds physical proof of the Jewish people’s historical claims to the city.

            To date, no archeological or other evidence has been found linking the Palestinians to the city or the Jebusites.

          • Helen4Yemen

            How is any European at 99.9% European as the Ashkenazi is confirmed to be connected to
            The Land of Israel

          • kirby1

            David Pryce-Jones, Dec 2013, reviews State Of Failure: Yasser Arafat, Mahmoud Abbas, and the Unmaking of the Palestinian State (2013) by Jonathan Schanzer. David Pryce-Jones says: “The thrust of his book is that Palestine is neither a country nor a state, but only a cause with the one-track purpose of getting rid of the Jews. By definition, a cause is not open to negotiation and compromise but has to be satisfied by absolute victory. A Palestinian ruler who struck a genuine bargain with Jews could expect to lose power and probably his life as well, as Anwar Sadat did. Yasser Arafat .. had the chance to transform Palestine into a state and a country but decided instead that the rewards from organising a cause would be greater

          • A.S.F.

            He answered that question, repeatedly. Sadly, it’s not in your nature to listen or accept anything that doesn’t agree with your warped mind-set.

          • Helen4Yemen

            When was the first time ever the white feet of the Ashkenazi touched the soil of Palestine.

            Never before he came as a colonial settler in 1881.

          • kirby1

            From ancient times Jews have lived in the West Bank, the only time they did not was in recent decades when Jordan ethnically cleansed Jews from the region between 1948 to 1967. When Israel captured the territory from the Jordanians, following Jordan’s attack on Israel in the combined Arab attack of 67, Israel allowed Jews to move back to some select locations.

            Numerous experts in international law believe that these settlements are not illegal. Stephen Schwebel, formerly President of the International Court of Justice, notes that a country acting in self defence may seize and occupy territory when necessary to protect itself. Schwebel also observes that a state may require, as a condition for its withdrawal, security measures designed to ensure its citizens are not menaced again from that territory. 12 In the seventies Israel made thousands of its citizens homeless when it returned the Sinai Peninsula to Egypt, it did so on the condition Egypt would make peace with the Jewish State – just as Schwebel described.

            When Israel constructs its settlements it does not requisition private land for their establishment. Housing construction is only permitted on private land where the rights of others have not been violated. The vast majority of settlements have been built in uninhabited areas and even the handful established in or near Arab towns did not displace or steal land. In instances where it had been that settlements had been built on stolen land, the previous Arab owners took their case to the Supreme Israeli Court which ruled the settlements needed to be dismantled.

          • kirby1

            The imaginary country called “Palestine”
            How many millions of people around the world vaguely think that the occupied territories used to be part of a country called “Palestine”?
            In reality, of course, they were previously part of Egypt and Jordan (or to be precise, previously occupied by Egypt and Jordan).
            This country called “Palestine” has never existed

          • A.S.F.

            Not true at all.

          • A.S.F.

            Not at all.

          • Helen4Yemen

            Rep. Hank Johnson (D., Ga.)

            EUROPEAN TERMITES arriving on Arab land.

            ♦ There has been a steady [stream],
            almost like termites can get into a residence and
            eat before you know that you’ve been eaten up
            and you fall in on yourself, there has been settlement
            activity that has marched forward with impunity and
            at an ever increasing rate to the point where it has
            become alarming,

          • kirby1

            Daniel Pipes chronicled in a 1989 article on the subject in The Middle East Quarterly, the local Arabs in what became Israel opted for a local nationalistic “Palestinian” identity in part due to their sense that their brethren in Syria were not sufficiently committed to the eradication of Zionism.

            Since Gingrich spoke out on Friday, his factually accurate statement has been under assault from three directions. First, it has been attacked by Palestinian apologists in the postmodernist camp. Speaking to CNN, Hussein Ibish from the American Task Force on Palestine argued that Gingrich’s statement was an outrage because while he was right about the Palestinians being an artificial people, in Ibish’s view, Israelis were just as artificial. That is, he equated the Palestinians’ 91-year-old nationalism with the Jews’ 3,500-year-old nationalism.

          • Helen4Yemen

            According to the “diaspora” story of Israelite men marrying European
            women and producing hybrids, in a few generations, the Israelite gene
            will totally disappear.

            1st generation: Israelite marries European
            = 50% Israelite-50% European

            2nd generation: 50% Israelite-50% European marries European
            = 25% Israelite-75% European

            3rd generation: 25% Israelite-75% European marries European
            = 12.5% Israelite-87.5% European

            4th generation: 12.5% Israelite-87.5% European marries European
            = 6.25% Israelite-93.75% European

            5th generation: 6.25% Israelite-93.75% European marries European
            = 3.13% Israelite-96.87% European

            6th generation: 3.13% Israelite-96.87% European marries European
            = 1.56% Israelite-98.43% European

          • kirby1

            Republican presidential nomination, former speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, did something revolutionary. He told the truth about the Palestinians. In an interview with The Jewish Channel, Gingrich said that the Palestinians are an “invented” people, “who are in fact Arabs.”

            His statement about the Palestinians was entirely accurate. At the end of 1920, the “Palestinian people” was artificially carved out of the Arab population of “Greater Syria.” “Greater Syria” included present-day Syria, Lebanon, Israel, the Palestinian Authority and Jordan. That is, the Palestinian people were invented 91 years ago. Moreover, as Gingrich noted, the term “Palestinian people” only became widely accepted after 1977.

            As Daniel Pipes chronicled in a 1989 article on the subject in The Middle East Quarterly, the local Arabs in what became Israel opted for a local nationalistic “Palestinian” identity in part due to their sense that their brethren in Syria were not sufficiently committed to the eradication of Zionism.

          • Helen4Yemen

            As The Arabs See The Jews – His Majesty King Abdullah – The American Magazine November, 1947
            Summary

            This fascinating essay, written by King Hussein’s grandfather King Abdullah, appeared in the United States six months before the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. In the article, King Abdullah disputes the mistaken view that Arab opposition to Zionism (and later the state of Israel) is because of longstanding religious or ethnic hatred. He notes that Jews and Muslims enjoyed a long history of peaceful coexistence in the Middle East, and that Jews have historically suffered far more at the hands of Christian Europe. Pointing to the tragedy of the holocaust that Jews suffered during World War II, the monarch asks why America and Europe are refusing to accept more than a token handful of Jewish immigrants and refugees. It is unfair, he argues, to make Palestine, which is innocent of anti-Semitism, pay for the crimes of Europe. King Abdullah also asks how Jews can claim a historic right to Palestine, when Arabs have been the overwhelming majority there for nearly 1300 uninterrupted years? The essay ends on an ominous note, warning of dire consequences if a peaceful solution cannot be found to protect the rights of the indigenous Arabs of Palestine.

            As The Arabs See The Jews
            His Majesty King Abdullah

            The American Magazine November, 1947

            1- I am especially delighted to address an American audience, for the tragic problem of Palestine will never be solved without American understanding, American sympathy, American support.

            2- So many billions of words have been written about Palestine—perhaps more than on any other subject in history—that I hesitate to add to them. Yet I am compelled to do so, for I am reluctantly convinced that the world in general, and America in particular, knows almost nothing of the true case for the Arabs.

            3- We Arabs follow, perhaps far more than you think, the press of America. We are frankly disturbed to find that for every word printed on the Arab side, a thousand are printed on the Zionist side.

            4- There are many reasons for this. You have many millions of Jewish citizens interested in this question. They are highly vocal and wise in the ways of publicity. There are few Arab citizens in America, and we are as yet unskilled in the technique of modern propaganda.

            5- The results have been alarming for us. In your press we see a horrible caricature and are told it is our true portrait. In all justice, we cannot let this pass by default.

            6- Our case is quite simple: For nearly 2,000 years Palestine has been almost 100 per cent Arab. It is still preponderantly Arab today, in spite of enormous Jewish immigration. But if this immigration continues we shall soon be outnumbered—a minority in our home.

            7- Palestine is a small and very poor country, about the size of your state of Vermont. Its Arab population is only about 1,200,000. Already we have had forced on us, against our will, some 600,000 Zionist Jews. We are threatened with many hundreds of thousands more.

            8- Our position is so simple and natural that we are amazed it should even be questioned. It is exactly the same position you in America take in regard to the unhappy European Jews. You are sorry for them, but you do not want them in your country.

            9- We do not want them in ours, either. Not because they are Jews, but because they are foreigners. We would not want hundreds of thousands of foreigners in our country, be they Englishmen or Norwegians or Brazilians or whatever.

            10- Think for a moment: In the last 25 years we have had one third of our entire population forced upon us. In America that would be the equivalent of 45,000,000 complete strangers admitted to your country, over your violent protest, since 1921. How would you have reacted to that?

            11- Because of our perfectly natural dislike of being overwhelmed in our own homeland, we are called blind nationalists and heartless anti-Semites. This charge would be ludicrous were it not so dangerous.

            12- No people on earth have been less “anti-Semitic” than the Arabs. The persecution of the Jews has been confined almost entirely to the Christian nations of the West. Jews, themselves, will admit that never since the Great Dispersion did Jews develop so freely and reach such importance as in Spain when it was an Arab possession. With very minor exceptions, Jews have lived for many centuries in the Middle East, in complete peace and friendliness with their Arab neighbours.

          • kirby1

            An estimated 25% to 37% of immigrants to pre-state Israel were Arabs, not Jews. Between 1922 and 1946 alone, “approximately 100,000 Arabs entered the country from neighboring lands.” “[T]he movement of Arabs within Palestine itself was largely to regions of Jewish concentration. Thus Arab population increase during the 1930s was 87% in Haifa, 61% in Jaffa, 37% in Jerusalem. A similar growth was registered in Arab towns located near Jewish agricultural villages.” Historian Howard Sachar -Howard Sachar, A History of Israel, 2000, p. 167 and 156; Yehoshua Porath, Palestinian Arab National Movement: From Riots to Rebellion: 1929-1939, Vol. 2, 1977, pp 17-18, 39, cited in Mitchell Bard, Myths and Facts, 2001, p. 43. and p. 168

          • Helen4Yemen

            But what has the Ashkenazi @99.9% confirmed European dna got to do with Arab affairs? Isn’t the Ashkenazi European and must pay attention to his own European affairs?

          • kirby1

            In 1860, entire Algerian tribes immigrated en masse to Safed. The Muslims of Safed, are “mostly descended from these Moorish settlers and from Kurds that came earlier to the city.”
-De Haas, Jacob, History of Palestine, The Last Two Thousand Years, New York, 1934, p. 425.

            “I learn of the arrival of about 6,000 of the Beni Sukhr Arabs at Tiberias who are very seldom seen this side of the Jordan.”
-British Consul James Finn in apers Relating to the Distubances in Syria, no. 2, June 1860, p. 35.

            After 1870, “the [Turkish] forward policy included…the planting of Circassian colonies in the country.”
-Smith, CG in Studies on Palestine During the Ottoman Period, Jerusalem, 1975, p. 93.

            “The Arabs would have sat in the dark forever had not the Zionist engineers harnessed the Jordan river for electrification. Now they swarm into Palestine in seeking the light.”
- Winston Churchill, 1922 “A Peace to End All Peace”

            “This illegal [Arab] immigration was not only going on from the Sinai, but also from Transjordan and Syria, and it is very difficult to make a case out for the misery of the Arabs if at the same time their compatriots from adjoining states could not be kept from going in to share that misery.”
-Palestine Royal Commission Report, London: 1937

            “So far from being persecuted, the Arabs have crowded into the country and multiplied until their population has increased more than even all world Jewry could lift up the Jewish population.”
-Winston Churchill, 1939.

          • Helen4Yemen

            Never lose sight of the fact that the Ashkenazi are a European people with 99.9% European dna. Just because they labeled themselves “Jews” does not mean that they stop being Europeans. They are Jews of European origin as there are Jews of African, ME, Asian origin.

          • kirby1

            Today’s Palestinians are immigrants from many nations: “Balkans, Greeks, Syrians, Latins, Egyptians, Turks, Armenians, Italians, Persians, Kurds, Germans, Afghans, Circassians, Bosnians, Sudaneese, Samaritans, Algerians, Motawila, Tartars, Hungarians, Scots, Navarese, Bretons, English, Franks, Ruthenians, Bohemians, Bulgarians, Georgians, Syrians, Persian Nestorians, Indians, Copts, Maronites, and many others.” (DeHass, History, p. 258. John of Wurzburg list from Reinhold Rohricht edition, pp. 41, 69).

            There are villages populated wholly by settlers from other portions of the Turkish Empire in the 19th century. There are villages of Bosnians, Circassians, and Egyptians. -Parkes, James William, History of the Peoples of Palestine, Hammondsworth, Great Britain, 1970, p. 212.

            There are very large contingents from the Mediterranean countries, especially Armenia, Greece, and Italy, Turkomen settlers, a fairly large Afghan colony, Motawila, immigrants from Persia, tribes of Kurds, a Bosnian colony, Circassian settlements, a large Algerian element, Sudanese… -Encyclopedia Brittanica, 1911 ed.
            [Ibrahim Pasha, the 1831 Egyptian conquerer of Palestine] “left behind him permanent colonies of Egyptians at Besian, Nablus, Irbid, Acre, and Jaffa. Into Jaffa alone, “at least 2,000 people have been imported.” -Ernst Frankenstein, Justice For My People, London, Nicholson and Watson, 1943, p. 127.

          • Helen4Yemen

            @99.9% European DNA, who is stopping you from going to your own homeland where you DNA is from?

          • kirby1

            The PA fantasizes that today’s Palestinians are descended from a tribe of ancient Canaan, the Jebusites; in fact, they are overwhelmingly the offspring of invaders and immigrants seeking economic opportunities. Against this tableau of unceasing conquest, violence, and overthrow,
            Zionist efforts to build a presence in the Holy Land until 1948 stand out as astonishingly mild, mercantile rather than military. Two great empires, the Ottomans and the British, ruled Eretz Yisrael. In contrast, Zionists lacked military power. They could not possibly achieve statehood through conquest. Instead, they purchased land. Acquiring property dunam by dunam, farm by farm, house by house, lay at the heart of the Zionist enterprise until 1948.

          • A.S.F.

            The Israelis are, in fact, there. Why don’t YOU mind YOUR own business?

          • Helen4Yemen

            Isn’t that like telling a homeowner not to mind the burglar?

          • A.S.F.

            Aren’t you sort of like a would-be terrorist lecturing others on the proper humanistic moral conduct of nations?

          • Helen4Yemen

            I guess there would be no need for me to be a terrorist

            if you did not haul your snow-white European sss and inserted

            it where it does not belong on Arab land! Amazing chutzpah for

            the white man known as the Ashkenazi to claim to be “returning”

            while the mirror is telling him that he is 100% European.

          • Helen4Yemen

            The word “ISRAEL+I is funny!

            SUFFIX I = ARABIC
            Country name…………Nationality ……. % Muslim
            Afghanistan………………… Afghanistani…….. 99%
            Azerbaijan………………….. Azerbaijani………. 97%
            Bahrain……………………… Bahraini…………… 70%
            Bangladesh……………….. Bangladeshi……… 90%
            Iraq…………………………… Iraqi…………………. 99%
            Kazakhstan……………….. Kazakhstani……… 74%
            Kuwait………………………. Kuwaiti……………. 77%
            Kyrgyzstan…………………. Kyrgyzstani……… 89%
            Oman……………………….. Omani…………….. 86%
            Pakistan……………………. Pakistani…………. 96%
            Qatar………………………… Qatari…………….. 78%
            Saudi Arabia………………. Saudi…………….. 97%
            Somalia…………………….. Somali…………… 99%
            Tajikistan…………………… Tajikistani……… 97%
            Turkmenistan…………….. Turkmenistani.. 93%
            United Arab Emirates….. Emirati………….. 67%
            Uzbekistan…………………. Uzbekistani…… 97%
            Yemen………………………… Yemeni…………. 99%

            The word “Israeli” is a fake word that was
            invented only the day before foreign Jews
            declared a state on stolen Arab land. It was
            created by using the word “Israel” + I which is an
            Arabic suffix. All the nationalities that end with
            the letter I are Muslim countries except for this
            fake state who had to borrow an Arabic suffix to
            create a fake identity.

            Suffix .. Origin
            -ian .. Latin
            -ean .. Latin
            -an .. Latin
            -ese .. Latin → Italian
            -er .. Latin → Germanic
            -ic .. Latin → Germanic
            -ish .. Germanic
            -i .. Arabic

          • kirby1

            The Palestinians have stated explicitly that their state would be Judenrein and that Jews would never be permitted to live in their ancestral home, even if they were willing to accept Palestinian jurisdiction. Indeed, Palestinians were brutally executed when they were deemed to have sold land to Jews.
            The Palestinian Authority has become a criminal society, and can be compared to prewar Germany when the Nazis transformed their population into genocidal barbarians by depicting Jews as subhuman. The Palestinians depict Jews as “the offspring of apes and pigs” and call for their extermination. This is not even done subtly, but with blatant statements to this effect emanating daily from religious and political leaders and accessible from vast documentary sources compiled by Palestinian Media Watch, MEMRI and others.
            A society in which children from kindergarten are brainwashed into believing that the highest goal in Islam is to achieve martyrdom in the course of killing Jews can only be described as criminal.
            The demonization of Israel and manifestations of the culture of death are promoted without inhibition by the leadership, the mullahs in the mosques and the state-controlled media. They amount to direct incitement for individuals to strike out and kill Jews in concert or randomly. The “heroic” scenes of youngsters stabbing Jews, the praise by Abbas himself of martyrs “with holy blood” and the totally contrived religious frenzy accusing Israelis of planning to destroy Al-Aqsa Mosque, coalesce into a witch’s brew of primeval rage and hatred.
            The PA provides generous state salaries to terrorists apprehended by Israelis, and if they are killed, their families are remunerated — from funds provided by Western countries. Religious and political leadership at all levels sanctifies terrorists as heroes and national martyrs. City squares, schools and even football clubs are named in their honor.
            The barbarism imbibed by the Palestinians is reflected in the street celebrations that erupt spontaneously with every murder of an Israeli. Even more nauseating are the repeated displays on TV of mothers expressing pride that one of their children had become a martyr and usually expressing hope that her other children would follow the example.

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this got to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world Jewry and 99% of
            European ancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            _______

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this got to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world Jewry and 99% of
            European ancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            …………………….

          • kirby1

            Only when the British Mandate of Palestine gave up power in 1948, followed immediately by an all-out attempt by Arab states to crush and expel the Zionists, did the latter take up the sword in self-defense and go on to win land through military conquest. Even then, as the historian Efraim Karsh demonstrates in Palestine Betrayed, most Arabs fled their lands; exceedingly few were forced off. This history contradicts the Palestinian account that “Zionist gangs stole Palestine and expelled its people” which led to a catastrophe “unprecedented in history” (according to a PA twelfth-grade textbook) or that Zionists “plundered the Palestinian land and national interests, and established their state upon the ruins of the Palestinian Arab people” (writes a columnist in the PA’s daily). International organizations, newspaper editorials, and faculty petitions reiterate this falsehood worldwide.

          • Helen4Yemen

            Christopher Hitchens : Actually—and this was where I began to feel seriously uncomfortable—some such divine claim underlay not just ‘the occupation’ but the whole idea of a separate state for Jews in Palestine. Take away the divine warrant for the Holy Land and where were you, and what were you? Just another land-thief like the Turks or the British, except that in this case you wanted the land without the people. And the original Zionist slogan—’a land without a people for a people without a land’—disclosed its own negation when I saw the densely populated Arab towns dwelling sullenly under Jewish tutelage. You want irony? How about Jews becoming colonizers at just the moment when other Europeans had given up on the idea?

          • kirby1

            David Pryce-Jones, Dec 2013, reviews State Of Failure: Yasser Arafat, Mahmoud Abbas, and the Unmaking of the Palestinian State (2013) by Jonathan Schanzer. David Pryce-Jones says: “The thrust of his book is that Palestine is neither a country nor a state, but only a cause with the one-track purpose of getting rid of the Jews. By definition, a cause is not open to negotiation and compromise but has to be satisfied by absolute victory. A Palestinian ruler who struck a genuine bargain with Jews could expect to lose power and probably his life as well, as Anwar Sadat did. Yasser Arafat .. had the chance to transform Palestine into a state and a country but decided instead that the rewards from organising a cause would be greater

          • Helen4Yemen

            How can the Ashkenazi with 99.9% European dna and
            0% ME dna have anything to do with ‘ historic lands’?
            What connects the European Ashkenazi to Palestine?
            Can you tell me?

          • kirby1

            The consensus that Gingrich rejected by telling the truth about the artificial nature of Palestinian nationalism was based on an attempt to square popular support for Israel with the elite’s penchant for appeasement. On the one hand, due to overwhelming public support for a strong US alliance with Israel, most US policy-makers have not dared to abandon Israel as a US ally.

          • Helen4Yemen

            The word “Israeli” is a fake word that was
            invented only the day before foreign Jews
            declared a state on stolen Arab land. It was
            created by using the word “Israel” + I which is an
            Arabic suffix. All the nationalities that end with
            the letter I are Muslim countries except for this
            fake state who had to borrow an Arabic suffix to
            create a fake identity.

            Afghanistani … Azerbaijani …
            Bahraini … Bangladeshi … Iraqi …
            Kazakhstani … Kuwaiti …
            Kyrgyzstani … Omani … Pakistani …
            Qatari … Saudi … Somali …
            Tajikistani … Turkmenistani …
            Emirati … Uzbekistani … Yemeni

            Suffix .. Origin
            -ian .. Latin
            -ean .. Latin
            -an .. Latin
            -ese .. Latin → Italian
            -er .. Latin → Germanic
            -ic .. Latin → Germanic
            -ish .. Germanic
            -i .. Arabic

          • kirby1

            House Newt Gingrich, did something revolutionary. He told the truth about the Palestinians. In an interview with The Jewish Channel, Gingrich said that the Palestinians are an “invented” people, “who are in fact Arabs.”
            His statement about the Palestinians was entirely accurate. At the end of 1920, the “Palestinian people” was artificially carved out of the Arab population of “Greater Syria.” “Greater Syria” included present-day Syria, Lebanon, Israel, the Palestinian Authority and Jordan. That is, the Palestinian people were invented 91 years ago. Moreover, as Gingrich noted, the term “Palestinian people” only became widely accepted after 1977.
            As Daniel Pipes chronicled in a 1989 article on the subject in The Middle East Quarterly, the local Arabs in what became Israel opted for a local nationalistic “Palestinian” identity in part due to their sense that their brethren in Syria were not sufficiently committed to the eradication of Zionism.

          • Helen4Yemen

            Eskimos = 0% Middle Eastern

            Ashkenazi = 0% Middle Eastern

            https://youtu.BE/nhU45VFd3Sk

          • kirby1

            So called #Palestinians In their own words:
            “We consider Palestine as part of Arab Syria, as it has never been separated from it at any time. We are connected with it by national, religious, linguistic, natural, economic and geographical bonds.” (First Congress of Muslim-Christian Associations, February 1919)

          • Helen4Yemen

            The day Larry David faked his DNA. The Ashkenazi would rather be

            from the moon than being European and yet they are one of the

            purest of any Europeans at 99.9% European. Here is Larry David

            faking his dna.

            https://www.youtube.COM/watch?v=2i2hTWUOTxc

          • kirby1

            Today’s Palestinians are immigrants from many nations: “Balkans, Greeks, Syrians, Latins, Egyptians, Turks, Armenians, Italians, Persians, Kurds, Germans, Afghans, Circassians, Bosnians, Sudaneese, Samaritans, Algerians, Motawila, Tartars, Hungarians, Scots, Navarese, Bretons, English, Franks, Ruthenians, Bohemians, Bulgarians, Georgians, Syrians, Persian Nestorians, Indians, Copts, Maronites, and many others.” (DeHass, History, p. 258. John of Wurzburg list from Reinhold Rohricht edition, pp. 41, 69).
            There are villages populated wholly by settlers from other portions of the Turkish Empire in the 19th century. There are villages of Bosnians, Circassians, and Egyptians. -Parkes, James William, History of the Peoples of Palestine, Hammondsworth, Great Britain, 1970, p. 212.
            There are very large contingents from the Mediterranean countries, especially Armenia, Greece, and Italy, Turkomen settlers, a fairly large Afghan colony, Motawila, immigrants from Persia, tribes of Kurds, a Bosnian colony, Circassian settlements, a large Algerian element, Sudanese… -Encyclopedia Brittanica, 1911 ed.
            [Ibrahim Pasha, the 1831 Egyptian conquerer of Palestine] “left behind him permanent colonies of Egyptians at Besian, Nablus, Irbid, Acre, and Jaffa. Into Jaffa alone, “at least 2,000 people have been imported.” -Ernst Frankenstein, Justice For My People, London, Nicholson and Watson, 1943, p. 127.

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this got to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world Jewry and 99% of
            European ancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            —-

          • kirby1

            Ziff’s insights regarding the waves of Arab immigration into Palestine substantiates the assertions of later scholars. During the mandate period, Arabs from many lands flowed freely into Palestine while Jewish immigration was severely limited. The truth remains that the native Arab population in Palestine was relatively small before the first Jewish settlers made it an attractive and prosperous place.

          • Helen4Yemen

            Christopher Hitchens : All questions of right to one side, I have never been able to banish the queasy inner suspicion that Israel just did not look, or feel, either permanent or sustainable. I felt this when sitting in the old Ottoman courtyards of Jerusalem, and I felt it even more when I saw the hideous ‘Fort Condo’ settlements that had been thrown up around the city in order to give the opposite impression. If the statelet was only based on a narrow strip of the Mediterranean littoral (god having apparently ordered Moses to lead the Jews to one of the very few parts of the region with absolutely no oil at all), that would be bad enough. But in addition, it involved roosting on top of an ever-growing population that did not welcome the newcomers. ? Christopher Hitchens, Hitch-22: A Memoir

          • kirby1

            PLO leader Zuheir Mohsen tells the truth in 1977 about the invention of “Palestine” as part of the struggle against Israel: “The Palestinian people does not exist. … In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct “Palestinian people” to oppose Zionism. For tactical reasons, Jordan … cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa, while as a Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and Jerusalem. However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan.”

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this go to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world pooulation and 99% of
            Europa ancestry – one of the
            purest European?

          • kirby1

            Azmi Bishara in a pre-1996 video.
            Translation: “Well, I dont think there is a Palestinian nation at all. I think there is an Arab nation. I always thought so and I did not change my mind. I do not think there is a Palestinian nation … When were there any Palestinians? Where did it come from? I think there is an Arab nation. I never turned to be a Palestinian nationalist, despite my decisive struggle against the occupation. I think that until the end of the 19th century, Palestine was the south of Greater Syria.

          • kirby1

            In their own words:
            “We consider Palestine as part of Arab Syria, as it has never been separated from it at any time. We are connected with it by national, religious, linguistic, natural, economic and geographical bonds.” (First Congress of Muslim-Christian Associations, February 1919)
            The representative of the Arab Higher Committee to the United Nations submitted a statement to the General Assembly in May 1947 that said,
            “Palestine was part of the Province of Syria,” and that, “politically, the Arabs of Palestine were not independent in the sense of forming a separate political entity.”
            In 1937, a local Arab leader, Auni Bey Abdul-Hadi, told the Peel Commission, which ultimately suggested the partition of Palestine:
            “There is no such country as Palestine! ‘Palestine’ is a term the Zionists invented! There is no Palestine in the Bible. Our country was for centuries part of Syria.”
            “Palestine and Transjordan are one.”
            King Abdullah, Arab League meeting in Cairo,12 April 1948
            So the Arabs in the 1940s did not notice any “Palestinians”. Moreover, they did not “notice” any “Palestine” either!
            Ok. In the 40s, the Arab politicians did not find any “Palestinian people”. It’s no surprise; nobody could find them.
            But maybe they “found” this mysterious “Palestinian people” later? They did not.
            Yasser ArafatSyrian President Hafez Assad addressing the Palestinian leader, the Chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), President of the Palestinian National Authority (PNA) and “Father of the Palestinian People” Yasser Arafat, explained to him:
            “You do not represent Palestine as much as we do. Never forget this one point: There is no such thing as a Palestinian people, there is no Palestinian entity, there is only Syria. You are an integral part of the Syrian people, Palestine is an integral part of Syria. Therefore it is we, the Syrian authorities, who are the true representatives of the Palestinian people.”
            Of course, the Palestinian leader, “Father of the Palestinian People” and so on, rejected these insinuations with indignation and… Actually, no, he did not.
            Moreover, Arafat himself made a definitive and unequivocal statement along the same lines as late as 1993, when he declared that,
            “The question of borders doesn’t interest us… From the Arab standpoint, we mustn’t talk about borders. Palestine is nothing but a drop in an enormous ocean. Our nation is the Arabic nation that stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea and beyond it…The P.L.O. is fighting Israel in the name of Pan-Arabism. What you call “Jordan” is nothing more than Palestine.”
            Not long ago, Azmi Bishara (the ex-Knesset member exiled from Israel for passing sensitive information to Hezbollah during the Second Lebanon War) who is anything except Israel’s friend said the same: there is no Palestinian people.
            “The truth is that Jordan is Palestine and Palestine is Jordan.”
            – King Hussein of Jordan, in 1981
            “Palestine is Jordan and Jordan is Palestine; there is only one land, with one history and one and the same fate,”
            Prince Hassan of the Jordanian National Assembly was quoted as saying on February 2, 1970.
            Abdul Hamid Sharif, Prime Minister of Jordan declared in 1980,
            “The Palestinians and Jordanians do not belong to different nationalities. They hold the same Jordanian passports, are Arabs and have the same Jordanian culture.”

          • Helen4Yemen

            What has any of this got to to do
            with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
            world Jewry and 99% of
            European ancestry – one of the
            purest European?
            ……..

        • Helen4Yemen

          What has any of this got to to do
          with the Ashkenazi who is 95% of
          world Jewry and 99% of
          European ancestry – one of the
          purest European?
          ……….

          • kirby1

            As Hussein foresaw, the regeneration of Palestine, and the growth of its population, came only after Jews returned in massive numbers. The Jewish population increased by 470,000 between World War I and World War II while the non-Jewish population rose by 588,000. In fact, the permanent Arab population increased 120 percent between 1922 and 1947.

            This rapid growth was a result of several factors. One was immigration from neighboring states — constituting 37 percent of the total immigration to pre-state Israel — by Arabs who wanted to take advantage of the higher standard of living the Jews had made possible. The Arab population also grew because of the improved living conditions created by the Jews as they drained malarial swamps and brought improved sanitation and health care to the region. Thus, for example, the Muslim infant mortality rate fell from 201 per thousand in 1925 to 94 per thousand in 1945 and life expectancy rose from 37 years in 1926 to 49 in 1943.

            The Arab population increased the most in cities with large Jewish populations that had created new economic opportunities. From 1922­1947, the non-Jewish population increased 290 percent in Haifa, 131 percent in Jerusalem and 158 percent in Jaffa. The growth in Arab towns was more modest: 42 percent in Nablus, 78 percent in Jenin and 37 percent in Bethlehem.

      • harris

        Yes this is correct. Furthermore in 1836 a German Rabbi was asking Berlin to create the State of Israel and for the first time used the term Zionism, 60 years before Theodor Herzl in Basel.

    • Helen4Yemen

      Land ownership in Palestine. When the white Jew arrived on Arab land as a land eating termite, he found that Jews owned only 0.1% of Palestine.

      Jewish Land ownership of Palestine

      1882 …… 22,500 … 0.1%
      1900 ….. 218,000 … 0.8%
      1914 ….. 418,000 … 1.6%
      1927 ….. 865,000 … 3.2%
      1936 .. 1,231,000 … 4.7%
      1945 … 1,588,365 … 6.0%
      1947 … 1,734,000 … 6.6%

      • kirby1

        Today’s Palestinians are immigrants from many nations: “Balkans, Greeks, Syrians, Latins, Egyptians, Turks, Armenians, Italians, Persians, Kurds, Germans, Afghans, Circassians, Bosnians, Sudaneese, Samaritans, Algerians, Motawila, Tartars, Hungarians, Scots, Navarese, Bretons, English, Franks, Ruthenians, Bohemians, Bulgarians, Georgians, Syrians, Persian Nestorians, Indians, Copts, Maronites, and many others.” (DeHass, History, p. 258. John of Wurzburg list from Reinhold Rohricht edition, pp. 41, 69).
        There are villages populated wholly by settlers from other portions of the Turkish Empire in the 19th century. There are villages of Bosnians, Circassians, and Egyptians. -Parkes, James William, History of the Peoples of Palestine, Hammondsworth, Great Britain, 1970, p. 212.
        There are very large contingents from the Mediterranean countries, especially Armenia, Greece, and Italy, Turkomen settlers, a fairly large Afghan colony, Motawila, immigrants from Persia, tribes of Kurds, a Bosnian colony, Circassian settlements, a large Algerian element, Sudanese… -Encyclopedia Brittanica, 1911 ed.
        [Ibrahim Pasha, the 1831 Egyptian conquerer of Palestine] “left behind him permanent colonies of Egyptians at Besian, Nablus, Irbid, Acre, and Jaffa. Into Jaffa alone, “at least 2,000 people have been imported.” -Ernst Frankenstein, Justice For My People, London, Nicholson and Watson, 1943, p. 127.

      • kirby1

        From the beginning of World War 1 Arabs were claiming Jews stole Palestinian land and displaced them. However, the majority of the land in this region was owned by the Ottoman Empire (subsequently the British) and absentee landlords who lived in Cairo, Damascus and Beirut. During this period 80 percent of the Palestinian Arabs were impoverished peasants, semi-nomads and Bedouins… not wealthy landowners.1

        The region was severely underpopulated which meant the Jews were able to avoid buying land in areas where Arabs might be displaced, which they did. They sought land that was largely uncultivated, swampy, sandy, and most importantly, without tenants. In 1920, David Ben-Gurion expressed his concern about the Arab fellaheen (peasants), whom he viewed as “the most important asset of the native population” he said “under no circumstances must we touch land belonging to fellahs or worked by them”. He advocated helping liberate them from their oppressors. “Only if a fellah leaves his place of settlement,” Ben-Gurion added, “should we offer to buy his land, at an appropriate price.” 2

        The Jews overpaid for land they purchase

        When British MP John Hope Simpson arrived in Palestine in May 1930 to report on Arab-Jewish violence and discovered the Jews were purchasing land at exorbitant rates: “They [Jews] paid high prices for the land, and in addition they paid to certain of the occupants of those lands a considerable amount of money which they were not legally bound to pay.” 3

        In 1937 the British Government published the Peel Commission which found that Arab complaints about Jewish land acquisition were baseless. It pointed out that “much of the land now carrying orange groves was sand dunes or swamp and uncultivated when it was purchased. . . . there was at the time of the earlier sales little evidence that the owners possessed either the resources or training needed to develop the land.” Moreover, the Commission found the shortage was “due less to the amount of land acquired by Jews than to the increase in the Arab population”. The report concluded that the presence of Jews in Palestine, along with the work of the British Administration, had resulted in higher wages, an improved standard of living and ample employment opportunities. 4

        It is made quite clear to all, both by the map drawn up by the Simpson Commission and by another compiled by the Peel Commission, that the Arabs are as prodigal in selling their land as they are in useless wailing and weeping

        — Transjordan’s King Abdullah, My Memoirs Completed, p88-89

        As the violence escalated Arabs continued to sell land to Jews at outrageous prices, usually for tiny tracts of arid land. “In 1944, Jews paid between $1,000 and $1,100 per acre in Palestine, mostly for arid or semiarid land; in the same year, rich black soil in Iowa was selling for about $110 per acre.” 5

        • Helen4Yemen

          “THE JEW” = 99% OF EUROPEAN ANCESTRY AND 0% Middle EAST

          • kirby1

            Here are some of the most common family names among the “Palestinians”:
            “Masri” = from Egypt-Hamas member of Parliament, Mushir al-Masri (the word “masri” littelery means “the egyptian” in arabic !).
            
”Khamis”= Bahrain “Salem Hanna Khamis” “al-Faruqi”= Mosul, Iraq
            
”al-Araj” = Morocco, a member of the Saadi Dynasty “Hussein al-Araj”
            
”al Lubnani” = the Lebanese
            
”al-Mughrabi” = the Moroccan (Maghreb” – meaning “West” in Arabic, and usually referring to North Africa or specifically to Morocco)
            
”al-Djazair” = the Algerian
            
”al-Yamani” = the Yemeni “Issam Al Yamani”
            
”al-Afghani” = the Afghan
            
”al-Hindi” = the Indian “Amin al-Hindi”
            
”Iraqi” = from Iraq.
            
”halabi” = from Aleppo, Syria
            
”El Baghdadi” = from Baghdad Iraq.
            
”Tarabulsi”= Tarabulus-Tripoli, Lebanon.
            
”Hourani” = Houran Syria.
            
”al-Husayni” = Saudi Arabia.
            
”Saudi” = Saudi Arabia.
            
”Metzarwah”= Egypt.
            
”Barda—wil” = “Salah Bardawil” HAMAS legislator in Gaza; Egypt, Bardawil Lake area.
            
”Nashashibi” = Syria.
            
”Bushnak” = Bosnia
            
”zoabi”= from Iraq: “Haneen Zoabi”.
            
”Turki” = Turkey “Daud Turki”
            
”al-Kurd” = Kurdistan.
            
”Haddadins” = YEMEN descended from Ghassanid Christian Arabs.
            
”Arab Abu-Kishk” = Egypt.(Bedouins)
            
”Arab al shakirat” = Egypt (Bedouins)
            
”Arab al zabidat” = Egypt (Bedouins)
            
”Arab al aramsha” = Egypt (Bedouins)

      • kirby1

        The Arab geographer Abu Abdallah Mohammed wrote in the tenth century, about Jews as assayers of coins, dyers, tanners, and the bankers. In his time, many Jewish officials served the regime. Jews controlled much of the commerce of the coastal towns. Most of them were artisans: glassblowers, furriers and dyers in Jerusalem. Hebrew scholarship flourished at Tiberias. Toward the end of the rule of the Mamluks, at the close of the fifteenth century, Christian and Jewish visitors and pilgrims noted the presence of substantial Jewish communities. The 8,000 or 10,000 Jews in Safed in 1555 grew to 20,000. The Jews of Jerusalem, wrote the Jesuit Father Michael Naud in 1674, were agreed about one thing: “paying heavily to the Turk for their right to stay here”. Oh, and these invisible Jews by the mid 1800, outnumbered Arabs in Jerusalem.

    • Helen4Yemen

      Rep. Hank Johnson (D., Ga.)

      EUROPEAN TERMITES arriving on Arab land.

      ♦ There has been a steady [stream],
      almost like termites can get into a residence and
      eat before you know that you’ve been eaten up
      and you fall in on yourself, there has been settlement
      activity that has marched forward with impunity and
      at an ever increasing rate to the point where it has
      become alarming,

    • Helen4Yemen

      STOP CRYING WOLF!

      1919-09-08 – The New York Times

      6,000,000 souls in ukrainia and in poland have received notice through action and by word that they are going to be completely exterminated

      http://query.nytimes.COM/mem/archive-free/pdf?res=9B00E0DE153AE03ABC4053DFBF668382609EDE

      • kirby1

        We shall destroy Israel and its inhabitants and as for the survivors – if there are any – the boats are ready to deport them.” – Shukairy, June 1, 1967, speaking at a Friday sermon in Jerusalem

        “Our basic objective will be the destruction of Israel. The Arab people want to fight . . . The mining of Sharm el Sheikh is a confrontation with Israel. Adopting this measure obligates us to be ready to embark on a general war with Israel.” – Nasser, May 27, 1967

        “We will not accept any … coexistence with Israel. … Today the issue is not the establishment of peace between the Arab states and Israel …. The war with Israel is in effect since 1948.” – Nasser, May 28, 1967

        “The existence of Israel is an error which must be rectified. This is our opportunity to wipe out the ignominy which has been with us since 1948. Our goal is clear – to wipe Israel off the map. We shall, God willing, meet in Tel Aviv and Haifa.” – President Abdel Rahman Aref of Iraq, May 31, 1967

        • Helen4Yemen

          Why is it the business of the Ashkenazi who is confirmed by
          DNA to be 99% of European ancestry but 0% of Middle Eastern
          ancestry? Shouldn’t the European pay attention to his European
          affairs? ……….

          • kirby1

            The Jews overpaid for land they purchase

            When British MP John Hope Simpson arrived in Palestine in May 1930 to report on Arab-Jewish violence and discovered the Jews were purchasing land at exorbitant rates: “They [Jews] paid high prices for the land, and in addition they paid to certain of the occupants of those lands a considerable amount of money which they were not legally bound to pay.” 3

            In 1937 the British Government published the Peel Commission which found that Arab complaints about Jewish land acquisition were baseless. It pointed out that “much of the land now carrying orange groves was sand dunes or swamp and uncultivated when it was purchased. . . . there was at the time of the earlier sales little evidence that the owners possessed either the resources or training needed to develop the land.” Moreover, the Commission found the shortage was “due less to the amount of land acquired by Jews than to the increase in the Arab population”. The report concluded that the presence of Jews in Palestine, along with the work of the British Administration, had resulted in higher wages, an improved standard of living and ample employment opportunities. 4

            It is made quite clear to all, both by the map drawn up by the Simpson Commission and by another compiled by the Peel Commission, that the Arabs are as prodigal in selling their land as they are in useless wailing and weeping

            — Transjordan’s King Abdullah, My Memoirs Completed, p88-89

            As the violence escalated Arabs continued to sell land to Jews at outrageous prices, usually for tiny tracts of arid land. “In 1944, Jews paid between $1,000 and $1,100 per acre in Palestine, mostly for arid or semiarid land; in the same year, rich black soil in Iowa was selling for about $110 per acre.” 5

          • kirby1

            Today’s Palestinians are immigrants from many nations: “Balkans, Greeks, Syrians, Latins, Egyptians, Turks, Armenians, Italians, Persians, Kurds, Germans, Afghans, Circassians, Bosnians, Sudaneese, Samaritans, Algerians, Motawila, Tartars, Hungarians, Scots, Navarese, Bretons, English, Franks, Ruthenians, Bohemians, Bulgarians, Georgians, Syrians, Persian Nestorians, Indians, Copts, Maronites, and many others.” (DeHass, History, p. 258. John of Wurzburg list from Reinhold Rohricht edition, pp. 41, 69).
            There are villages populated wholly by settlers from other portions of the Turkish Empire in the 19th century. There are villages of Bosnians, Circassians, and Egyptians. -Parkes, James William, History of the Peoples of Palestine, Hammondsworth, Great Britain, 1970, p. 212.
            There are very large contingents from the Mediterranean countries, especially Armenia, Greece, and Italy, Turkomen settlers, a fairly large Afghan colony, Motawila, immigrants from Persia, tribes of Kurds, a Bosnian colony, Circassian settlements, a large Algerian element, Sudanese… -Encyclopedia Brittanica, 1911 ed.
            [Ibrahim Pasha, the 1831 Egyptian conquerer of Palestine] “left behind him permanent colonies of Egyptians at Besian, Nablus, Irbid, Acre, and Jaffa. Into Jaffa alone, “at least 2,000 people have been imported.” -Ernst Frankenstein, Justice For My People, London, Nicholson and Watson, 1943, p. 127.

    • Helen4Yemen

      Interesting that your lily white European sss had the never to put Palestine in quotes!

      • kirby1

        Since you brought up the white European sss

        Haj Amin Al Husseini, the Mufti of Jerusalem, forged a pact with Adolf Hitler on November 28, 1941, one week before the Wannasee conference, originally scheduled for December 7, 1941, yet was postponed by one month, due to the attack on Pearl Harbor on that very day.
        The protocols of the Hitler-Mufti pact that were presented as evidence against the Mufti in the Nuremberg war crimes trials explicitly state that Hitler would exterminate the Jews in Europe, while the Mufti would enlist Nazi aid to exterminate Jews in Palestine, so as to establish a “Judenrein” state of Palestine.
        To that end, the Mufti ensconced himself in Hitler’s bunker, from where he recruited an Islamic unit of the Waffen SS, which actively engaged in the mass murder of Jews, while issuing Arabic language appeals on Nazi radio which incited Moslems to join the Nazi cause and to prepare for mass murder of Jews in Palestine.
        The Protocols of the Nuremberg conviction of the Mufti were published in the 1946 book, Mufti of Jerusalem, authored by Journalist Maurice Pearlman, who was appointed in 1948 as the first director of the Israel Government Press Office.
        Pearlman cited affidavits of senior SS prosecution witnesses who testified that the Mufti, working directly under Eichmann and Himmler, identified the Mufti’s instrumental role in making sure that millions of Jews were murdered, and not ransomed.

        • Helen4Yemen

          Do you deny the Ashkenazi sss is 100% pure European?

          https://i.imgur.COM/LYoAcwR.png

          • kirby1

            The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct ‘Palestinian people’ to oppose Zionism.
            In addition to verifying that the “Palestinians” are an invented people, Muhse’in also tells us why they were invented: “Only for political and tactical reasons…to oppose Zionism.”
            Palestinian ambassador reiterates call for a Jew-free Palestinian state

          • Davey Wavey

            People lived in Palestine and these people, whoever they were, were forced out, their property confiscated, including bank accounts, buildings, homes, farms, etc. and they9 were either killed or marched out of Palestine after many generations of occupancy. It doesn’t matter what you call them, so the whole “Jordanian” argument is irrelevant. It is irrelevant, just another excuse to call the whole thing “complicated”. It is not complicated at all anbd everyone is finally seeing this more clearly.

          • kirby1

            Wrong the facts are quite different then you fictional posting

            The Palestinians left their homes in 1947-48 for a variety of reasons. Thousands of wealthy Arabs left in anticipation of a war, thousands more responded to Arab leaders’ calls to get out of the way of the advancing armies, a handful were expelled, but most simply fled to avoid being caught in the cross fire of a battle. Had the Arabs accepted the 1947 UN resolution, not a single Palestinian would have become a refugee and an independent Arab state would now exist beside Israel.

            The beginning of the Arab exodus can be traced to the weeks immediately following the announcement of the UN partition resolution. The first to leave were roughly 30,000 wealthy Arabs who anticipated the upcoming war and fled to neighboring Arab countries to await its end. Less affluent Arabs from the mixed cities of Palestine moved to all-Arab towns to stay with relatives or friends.

            All of those who left fully anticipated being able to return to their homes after an early Arab victory, as Palestinian nationalist Aref el-Aref explained in his history of the 1948 war:

            The Arabs thought they would win in less than the twinkling of an eye and that it would take no more than a day or two from the time the Arab armies crossed the border until all the colonies were conquered and the enemy would throw down his arms and cast himself on their mercy.

          • LIES

          • kirby1

            The Palestinian refugee issue originated in the 1948 Arab-Israeli war, when five Arab armies invaded the State of Israel just hours after it was established.

          • your the sad product of some pedophile rabbi sucking your wiener

          • kirby1

            Expected infertile hissy fit coming a lunatic holocaust denier.

          • google the 6 million , see where it actually comes from and how many times BEFORE wwe it was used

            google is owned by Hews bur do allow truths , unlike Zionist Rothschilds shills

          • kirby1

            Take your meds chump.

          • A.S.F.

            It is a fake rationale for Jew-haters and revisionist history fairy-tale for people too lazy to research the actual facts who possess simple minds incapable of adult analytical thought

          • Helen4Yemen

            “In 1920, the British Government’s Interim Report on
            the Civil Administration of Palestine stated that there
            were hardly 700,000 people living in Palestine. The
            Jewish element of the population numbers 76,000.
            Almost all have entered Palestine during the last
            40 years. Prior to 1850 there were in the country only
            a handful of Jews. In the following 30 years a few
            hundreds came to Palestine. Most of them were
            animated by religious motives; they came to pray and
            to die in the Holy Land, and to be buried in its soil.
            After the persecutions in Russia forty years ago, the
            movement of the Jews to Palestine assumed larger
            proportions.”

            https://en.wikipedia.ORG/wiki/Demographic_history_of_Palestine_(region)

          • A.S.F.

            …Which IS the essence of “apartheid.” For real.

          • kirby1

            In their own words:
            “Palestine is Jordan and Jordan is Palestine; there is only one land, with one history and one and the same fate,”
            Prince Hassan of the Jordanian National Assembly was quoted as saying on February 2, 1970.
            Abdul Hamid Sharif, Prime Minister of Jordan declared in 1980,
            “The Palestinians and Jordanians do not belong to different nationalities. They hold the same Jordanian passports, are Arabs and have the same Jordanian culture.”

          • A.S.F.

            Yes. You are ridiculous. No human being is “100%” pure anything. Given, most of us are familiar with your DNA rants but this last one is remniscent of Hitler’s “Aryan” obsession.

          • Helen4Yemen

            Yes, you are right, my mistake! The Ashkenazi is not 100% European! He is only 99.9% European. If you could find a European Jew with even 1% Middle East ancestry, you would have trumpeted your discovery! Alas the Ashkenazi is 100% deficient in Middle East ancestry.

            1) Larry David…………… 97.8% Ashkenazi … 99% European
            2) Bernie Sanders……… 97.7% Ashkenazi … 99% European
            3) Alan Dershowitz……. 98.5% Ashkenazi … 99% European
            4) Tony Kushner……….. 97.5% Ashkenazi … 99% European
            5) Neil Gaiman…………. 99.6% Ashkenazi … 99% European
            6) Bill Maher……………… 49.6% Ashkenazi … 99% European

    • Davey Wavey

      Jews have stolen most of Palestine at gunpoint. Owners means those who possessed the property for the past 800 years, which means Palestinians. They possess Ottoman deeds. Or would it be ok for a Native American tribe to come to your house and claim “ownership.”? Zionism is an ethnic political movement. Such movements always end in murder, theft and rape. Israel is despised and world Jewry supports Israel and is likewise despised.

      • A.S.F.

        Give some sources that prove ANYTHING you have claimed. I dare you. Tick-Tock….

        • A.S.F.

          The clock is winding down. TICK-TOCK….

      • kirby1

        You’re full of BS, moron.

        The Jews overpaid for land they purchase

        When British MP John Hope Simpson arrived in Palestine in May 1930 to report on Arab-Jewish violence and discovered the Jews were purchasing land at exorbitant rates: “They [Jews] paid high prices for the land, and in addition they paid to certain of the occupants of those lands a considerable amount of money which they were not legally bound to pay

    • Davey Wavey

      The Jews have slaughtered Palestinians in a ration of about 1:20 or more. so, don’t use “slaughter” as an argument.

      • A.S.F.

        More lies. How not surprising. You have a very sad and active fantasy life, even for someone who probably operates out of the “command center” of his mother’s basement.

      • kirby1

        Ya think maybe the Arabs shouldn’t start wars. By the way don’t bother keeping score as if war is some sort of tennis match, try instead not to initiate one, pathetic moron.

    • Zaphod Braden

      * “The population of Palestine was basically composed of Moslem and Christian Palestinian Arabs. The Palestinians had lived in the country since the dawn of history. They did not come to Palestine with the Moslem Arab invasion of the seventh century as is sometimes erroneously thought. They are the earliest and the original inhabitants of Palestine. The Palestinians of today are the descendants of the Canaanites, the Philistines, and the other early tribes which inhabited the country. Professor Maxime Rodinson points out that the Arab population of Palestine was native in all senses of that word. There were infusions of other racial elements into the Palestinian stock, mainly from the Greeks, the Romans, the Moslem Arabs and the Crusaders. But this Palestinian stock, which comprises both Moslems and Christians, continued to constitute the main element of the population until the majority of the original inhabitants of Palestine were displaced by the Israelis in 1948.”
      —Henry Cattan, Palestine and International Law, p. 13, 1976.

    • Zaphod Braden

      * “The Zionist version of the Palestinian exodus is a myth manufactured after the cataclysm took place. If the Zionists could show that the refugees had really fled without cause, at the express instructions of their own politicians, they would greatly erode the world’s sympathy for their plight — and, in consequence, the pressure on themselves to allow them to return. Thus in public speeches and scholarly-looking pamphlets they peddled this myth the world over. It was not until 1959 that the Palestinian scholar Walid Khalidi, exposed it for what it is. His painstaking researches were independently corroborated by an Irish scholar, Erskine Childers, two years later. Together, they demonstrated that the myth was not just a gross misrepresentation of accepted or even plausible facts; the very ‘facts’ themselves had been invented. Orders for the evacuation of the civilian population had not simply been issued, the Zionists said, they had been broadcast over Arab radio stations. One had come from the Mufti himself. This was the cornerstone of the Zionist case. Yet when these two scholars took the trouble to examine the record — to go through the specially opened archives of Arab governments, contemporary Arabic newspapers and the radio monitoring reports of both the BBC and the CIA — they found that no such orders had been issued, let alone broadcast, and that when challenged to produce chapter-and-verse evidence, the date and origin of just one such order, the Zionists, with all the apparatus of the State of Israel now at their disposal, were quite unable to do so. They found, on the contrary, that Arab and Palestinian authorities had repeatedly called on the people to stay put and the Arab radio services had consistently belittled the true extent of Zionist atrocities.”
      —David Hirst, The Gun and the Olive Branch, Faber, 1977, pp. 136-7.

  • Sc00ter5111

    The only good Nazi israeli is a dead Nazi israeli. Those “settlers” should be made to watch their inbred children sodomized, raped and dismembered before they are tortured to death. The fascist theocracy of Nazi israel should be wiped off the map and out of the history books.

    • Uvais Cassim

      Well said

      • A.S.F.

        And so are you. Your own words morally condemn you more than anything else.

        • Uvais Cassim

          Do you think you are on high moral ground? If you do, you and the idiot in White House are on the same page. If you are an American, you would have voted for that righ-wing Zionist.

    • A.S.F.

      And you are my proof of what I just stated above.

  • Wulver

    Those beanies they wear, even the military, makes me think of a cork.

    • A.S.F.

      Uh-huh. More of the same.

  • kirby1

    Jeruselm is the capital of Israel, it was occupied by Jordan before Israel liberated it.

  • jerry Hamilton

    This is why the world hates Israel.

    • A.S.F.

      Not really.

      • jerry Hamilton

        You’re right, there are numerous reasons.
        They are all to do with murder, theft and deception though.

        • A.S.F.

          You know, purveyors of empty rhetoric like you (who never bother to back up their histrionic, yet vague, accusations) always remind me of that old adage that my grandma used to say: When you point your finger in condemnation at others, just remember that there are three fingers of that same hand pointing right back in your own direction. Not that your side of the fence is in the habit of taking personal responsibility for much of anything, let alone feeling in the least bit accountable for their own conduct (and its resultant consequences.)

          • jerry Hamilton

            There will always be trolls on these kind of posts.
            Trash was expected.

  • kirby1

    Eminent domain (United States, the Philippines), compulsory purchase (United Kingdom, New Zealand, Ireland), resumption (Hong Kong), resumption/compulsory acquisition (Australia), or expropriation (France, Italy, Mexico, South Africa, Canada, Brazil, Portugal, Spain, Chile) is the power of a state, provincial, or national government to take private property.

    • Helen4Yemen

      Why is it the business of the Ashkenazi who is confirmed by
      DNA to be 99% of European ancestry but 0% of Middle Eastern
      ancestry? Shouldn’t the European pay attention to his European
      affairs?

      • kirby1

        Land ownership from 1945-1947

        In 1945 the British commissioned a survey of land ownership in Mandatory Palestine for the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry on Palestine. This survey was the research that the UN relied upon when suggesting how the region could be partitioned. The illustration below is a visual representation of this survey. It clearly shows that the the UN’s suggested Jewish state was in the areas with heavy Jewish ownership or state ownership (such as the barren Negev Desert). While the proposed Arab state was in the regions with heavy Arab ownership. The claim that Jews stole Palestinian land is factually incorrect.

        • Helen4Yemen

          ASHKENAZI = 99.9% EUROPEAN – 0% MIDDLE EASTERN ANCESTRY – ZERO – ZILCH!

          • kirby1

            Wrong my little jihadist

            Tour of the Holy Land in 1695 shows no Islamic nation at all. “Most of the land was empty, desolate, and the inhabitants few in number and mostly concentrated in the towns of Jerusalem, Acco, Tzfat, Jaffa, Tiberius and Gaza. Most of the inhabitants were Jews and the rest Christians. There were few Muslims, mostly nomad Bedouins. … In the Galilee capital, Nazareth, lived approximately 700 Christians and in Jerusalem approximately 5000 people, mostly Jews and some Christians. … In Gaza for example, lived approximately 550 people, 50 percent Jews and the rest mostly Christians.”

        • Helen4Yemen

          You are simply a pest – go away – blocked again !

          • kirby1

            While Arab leaders boasted “strike the enemy’s settlements, turn them into dust, pave the Arab roads with the skulls of Jews”,11 their genocidal intentions were repeatedly crushed, often leaving Israel with even greater territory. Despite these gains, Israel had no intention of keeping the land – it always intended to return the land in exchange for peace.

            In 1974 Israel returned territories to Syria that it had captured 1967 and 1973. Again in 1979 they returned the entire Sinai Peninsula, a mass of land rich in oil, with Jewish settlements and three times the size of pre-67 Israel.

            In September 1983, Israel withdrew from large areas of Lebanon to positions south of the Awali River. In 1985, it completed its withdrawal from Lebanon, except for a narrow security zone just north of the Israeli border. That too was abandoned, unilaterally, in 2000.

            After signing peace agreements with the Palestinians, and a treaty with Jordan, Israel agreed to withdraw from most of the territory in the West Bank captured from Jordan in 1967. A small area was returned to Jordan, and more than 40 percent was ceded to the Palestinian Authority.

            Finally in 2005, all Israeli troops and civilians were evacuated from the Gaza Strip and the territory was turned over to the control of the Palestinian Authority. In addition, four communities in the West Bank that covered an area larger than the entire Gaza Strip were also evacuated as part of the disengagement plan. As a result, Israel has now withdrawn from approximately 94 percent of the territory it captured in 1967.

          • kirby1

            What’s wrong jihadist pig?

      • kirby1

        So called #Palestinians In their own words:
        “We consider Palestine as part of Arab Syria, as it has never been separated from it at any time. We are connected with it by national, religious, linguistic, natural, economic and geographical bonds.” (First Congress of Muslim-Christian Associations, February 1919)

  • chris

    by their own hands they make themselves illegal and irrelevant.

  • How many more decades are these people going to fight for pieces of land in the Middle East? Can’t we all just grow up and move on already?

    • Helen4Yemen

      Did you say that to the Algerians when they were colonized by the French or the Kenyans when they were under British rule?