Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Jewish Terrorists use Rape and Murder to drive out Palestinians

Home demolitions, massacres, rape, beatings and bombings of the indigenous Palestinians by Jewish terrorist organizations like the Stern Gang, the Irgun Gang and the Haganah.

These brutalities against the Palestinians, suffered at the hands of Jews, never sees the light of day in the American MSM. Why? Because it would upset the Zionist dominated MSM's story line on Israel, about how that country is a nation of peace and goodwill, only trying to live in peace, blah, blah, blah.

The truth is, Israel is a racist and Apartheid state, that hates anyone who is not a Jew. They think more highly of their pets than they do of non-Jews.

As for U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte? He was murdered by Jewish gangsters, all for the crime of trying to bring some sanity to the Middle East.

(The assassins were members of Lehi (Lohamei Herut Israel—Fighters for the Freedom of Israel), better known as the Stern Gang. Its three leaders had decided a week earlier to have Bernadotte killed because they believed he was partial to the Arabs. One of those leaders was Yitzhak Shamir, who in 1983 would become prime minister of Israel.)

This is what American tax dollars is supporting: The murderous hatred and rage of Israel.

Archives show armed Jewish militias expelled Arabs using home demolitions, massacres, rape, beatings, bombings and widespread threats of terror. Some 300,000 were expelled before Israel declared itself an independent state in May 1948. Another 400,000 Palestinians were driven out or simply fled in the fighting that ensued.

Let the refugees return

Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations fail because the root problem has not been addressed

EDITH GARWOOD Special to the Observer

Sixty years ago, more than 700,000 Palestinians were forced from their homes, not knowing where they were going, not knowing when they would return. This displacement of over half of the indigenous inhabitants of Palestine created the largest and oldest refugee population today and is the root of the Israel-Palestinian conflict. This tragedy is called Al Nakba in Arabic.

We are often told the Palestinians fled of their own accord, but British and Israeli archives opened in the late 1970s tell a different story. The indigenous Arabs -- Muslim, Christian, secular -- were systematically driven out of areas desired for a new Jewish state.

Jews fleeing anti-Semitism in Europe started migrating to Palestine in the mid-19th century. The United Nations, attempting to quell conflicts between indigenous inhabitants and the new immigrants, proposed dividing the area.

Jewish immigrants accepted it, but the Arab side rejected it as unjust as it gave 55 percent of the land to the new immigrants while they were only one-third of the population and owned only 7 percent of the land at the time.

Arabs were expelled or fled

Archives show armed Jewish militias expelled Arabs using home demolitions, massacres, rape, beatings, bombings and widespread threats of terror. Some 300,000 were expelled before Israel declared itself an independent state in May 1948. Another 400,000 Palestinians were driven out or simply fled in the fighting that ensued.There are approximately 7 million Palestinians today, with 4 million still living as refugees in neighboring Arab countries as well as in the Israeli Occupied Palestinian Territories. After 60 years of dead-end peace initiatives, all parties are frustrated, especially in the refugee camps where frustration is spiraling and hope is dead.

Peace negotiations continue to fail because the root problem is not considered a priority. Negotiators and parties of the conflict are so anxious to alleviate the immediate suffering of both Israelis and Palestinians that the refugee issue is not sufficiently addressed.

The Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory, rocket fire into Israel, illegal settlement growth, checkpoints, suicide bombers, the crippled Palestinian economy, The Wall, and the lack of adequate access to medicine, food and clean water require attention, but are only outgrowths of the root problem -- the ethnic cleansing of Palestine.

U.N. mediator Count Folke Bernadotte stated in 1948: "No settlement can be just and complete if recognition is not accorded to the right of the Arab refugee to return to the home from which he has been dislodged by the hazards and strategy of the armed conflict between Arabs and Jews in Palestine. The majority of these refugees have come from the territory which, under the [U.N. General] Assembly [partition] resolution of 29 November, was to be included in the Jewish State. The exodus of Palestinian Arabs resulted from panic created by fighting in their communities, by rumors concerning real or alleged acts of terrorism, or expulsion. It would be an offence against the principles of elemental justice if these innocent victims of the conflict were denied the right of return to their homes while Jewish immigrants flow into Palestine, and, indeed, at least offer the threat of permanent replacement of the Arab refugees who have been rooted in the land for centuries."

Elephant in room is ignored

People in the region hold no hope for the newly initiated peace talks of the Bush administration. They understand there will be no significant change because the elephant in the room -- the refugee issue -- is habitually ignored.

The refugee issue and the Palestinians' "Right of Return" need to be recognized, addressed and resolved for there to be any hope for peace in the region.

Source: Charlotte Observer



    In retrospect, Palestinians of today admit that one of the most terrible mistakes they made back in 1948 was to over-report the details of the Deir Yassin massacre. "The goal was to mobilize Arab support for the Palestinians who were slaughtered by the Zionists but what really happened was that more and more Palestinians became scared and left their country," said Hazem Nusseibeh, a leading Palestinian figure who currently lives in Jordan. In 1948 he was among the key figures of the city of Jerusalem.

    ..."True, there was exchange of fire with the Jews. Prior to the attack, they used to come to the village and distribute leaflets calling for the establishment of friendly and brotherly relations with us offering a formula of 'do not hit us, we won't hit you.' Our youths confronted them and did not listen to them. Our youths used to go out to the eastern side of the village and beat up whatever Jew they saw."

    ...Mohammed Asaad Radwan Al Yassini, 70, who currently lives in the Old City of Jerusalem, confirmed that some of the men were dressed in women's outfits.

    ...Did they use speakers and what did they say?

    "They called on us to surrender, to throw our weapons and to save ourselves. But we did not imagine them breaking into the village.

    ...Ali Yousef Jaber, Abu Yousef, is also 70 years old. He lives in Am'ari refugee camp near Ramallah. Excerpts below:

    "I would like to stress on the fact that no rape incidents took place. That was part of a big lie that some of the Arabs and some of our leaders invented but were refuted by our villagers. I was among a group of people who went to Saad Eddin Al Aref to talk to him about this. He told us he wanted to frame them and attribute to them a brutal crime. I said to him: if you want to frame them, do not use Deir Yassin, or our women. Do not attribute to us something that never happened, otherwise this is infamy that our village and its people do not deserve...

  2. "The Arab armies entered Palestine …. they abandoned them, forced them to emigrate and to leave their homeland...The Arab States succeeded in scattering the Palestinian people."
    [By Abu Mazen, in an article entitled "Madha `Alamna wa-Madha Yajib An Na`mal", published in "Falastin eth-Thawra", the official journal of the PLO, Beirut, March 1976 ]

    "The call by the Arab Governments to the inhabitants of Palestine to evacuate it and to leave for the bordering Arab countries, after having sown terror among them...
    Since 1948 we have been demanding the return of the refugees to their homes. But we ourselves are the ones who encouraged them to leave...We have brought destruction upon a million Arab refugees, by calling upon them and pleading with them to leave their land, their homes, their work and business..."
    [By Khaled al-`Azm, who served as Prime Minister of Syria in 1948 and 1949, wrote in his memoirs (published in Beirut, 1973, Part 1, pp. 386-387) ]

    He also said:
    "Since 1948 it is we who demanded the return of refugees… while it is we who made them to leave… We brought disaster upon… Arab refugees, by inviting them and bringing pressure to bear upon them to leave… We have rendered them dispossessed…
    We have accustomed them to begging… We have participated in lowering their moral and social level… Then we exploited them in executing crimes of murder, arson, and throwing bombs upon… men, women and children - all this in service of political purposes…".

    "The fact that there are these refugees is the direct consequence of the act of the Arab states in opposing partition and the Jewish state. The Arab states agree upon this policy unanimously and they must share in the solution of the problem."
    - Emile Ghoury, secretary of the Palestinian Arab Higher Committee, in an interview with the Beirut Telegraph Sept. 6, 1948.
    "The Arab state which had encouraged the Palestine Arabs to leave their homes temporarily in order to be out of the way of the Arab invasion armies, have failed to keep their promise to help these refugees."
    - The Jordanian daily newspaper Falastin, Feb. 19, 1949.

    "Who brought the Palestinians to Lebanon as refugees, suffering now from the malign attitude of newspapers and communal leaders, who have neither honor nor conscience? Who brought them over in dire straits and penniless, after they lost their honor? The Arab states, and Lebanon amongst them, did it."
    - The Beirut Muslim weekly Kul-Shay, Aug. 19, 1951.

    "The 15th May, 1948, arrived ... On that day the mufti of Jerusalem appealed to the Arabs of Palestine to leave the country, because the Arab armies were about to enter and fight in their stead."
    - The Cairo daily Akhbar el Yom, Oct. 12, 1963.

    "For the flight and fall of the other villages it is our leaders who are responsible because of their dissemination of rumors exaggerating Jewish crimes and describing them as atrocities in order to inflame the Arabs ... By spreading rumors of Jewish atrocities, killings of women and children etc., they instilled fear and terror in the hearts of the Arabs in Palestine, until they fled leaving their homes and properties to the enemy."
    - The Jordanian daily newspaper Al Urdun, April 9, 1953.

    "Long before the end of the mandate, between January and April, 48, practically all my Arab Palestinian staff of some 200 men and women and all of the 1800 labor force had left Haifa in spite of every possible effort to assume them of their safety if they stayed."

    [Harry C. Stebbens, who was in an official position in the British Mandatory Government in Palestine in 1947-48 wrote in the London Evening Standard (Friday, 10 January 1969) ]

    "The Arab States encouraged the Palestine Arabs to leave their homes temporarily in order to be out of the way of the Arab invasion armies."
    [Editorial, Falastin, February 19, 1949 (Amman) ]

    "We will smash the country with our guns and obliterate every place the Jews seek shelter in. The Arabs should conduct their wives and children to safe areas until the fighting has died down."

    [Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri Said, as quoted by Nimr el Hawari (the former Commander of the Palestine Arab Youth Organization) in his book "Sir Am Nakbah" (The Secret Behind the Disaster), 1952, Nazareth]

    The Arab governments told us: get out so that we can get in. So we got out, but they did not get in." from the Jordanian daily newspaper Ad Difaa, September 6, 1954.

    "It must not be forgotten that the Arab Higher Committee encourage the refugees' flight from their homes in Jaffa, Haifa, and Jerusalem." Broadcast by the Near East Arabic Broadcasting Station on April 3, 1949 (Cyprus)

    "The first group of our fifth columnists consists of those who abandon their houses and business and go to live elsewhere..at the first sign of trouble they take to their heels to escape sharing the burden of struggle." Editorial, Ash Sha'ah, January 30, 1948 (Haifa)

    This wholesale exodus was due partly to the belief of the Arabs, encouraged by the boasting of an unrealistic Arab press and the irresponsible utterances of some of the Arab leaders that it could be only a matter of some weeks before the Jews were defeated by the armies of the Arab States and the Palestinian Arabs enabled to re-enter and retake possession of their country." Edward Atiyah (Secretary of the Arab League Office in London), as quoted in The Arabs", p. 183 (London 1955)

    "I do not want to impugn anybody but only to help the refugees. The fact that there are these refugees is the direct consequence of the action of the Arab States in opposing partition and the Jewish State. The Arab States agreed upon this policy unanimously and they must share in the solution of the problem." Emil Ghoury (Secretary of the Arab Higher Committee) as quoted in the Daily Telegraph, September 6, 1948 (Beirut)

    "The Secretary General of the Arab League, Azzam Pasha, assured the Arab peoples that the occupation of Palestine and of Tel Aviv would be as simple as a military promenade..He pointed out that they were already on the frontiers and that all the millions of Jews had spent on land and economic development would be easy booty, for it would be a simple matter to throw Jews into the Mediterranean..Brotherly advice was given to the Arabs of Palestine to leave their land, homes and property and to stay temporarily in neighboring fraternal states, lest the guns of the invading Arab armies mow them down." Habib Issa, in the daily US published Lebanese newspaper Al Hoda, June 8 1951 (New York)

    In Haifa on 27 April 1948, the Arab National Committee refused to sign a truce, reporting in a memorandum to the Arab League Governments, "when the delegation entered the conference room it proudly refused to sign the truce and asked that the evacuation of the Arab population and their transfer to neighboring Arab countries be facilitated...The military and civil authorities and the Jewish representatives expressed their profound regret.

    The mayor of Haifa (Mr. Shabtai Levi) adjourned the meeting with a passionate appeal to the Arab population to reconsider its decision"

    Jordanian daily, Filastin (Feb. 19, 1949):

    "The Arab States...encouraged the Palestinians to leave their homes, temporarily, not interfering with the invading Arab armies."

    Khaled al-Azam, Syrian Prime Minister in 1949 (memoirs, 1973):

    "We brought destruction upon the refugees, by calling on them to leave their homes."

    London Economist (Oct. 2, 1948):

    "The most potent of the factors [in the flight] were announcements made by the Palestinian-Arab Higher Committee, urging all Haifa Arabs to quit, intimating that those remaining would be regarded as renegades." Arab over-confidence prior to the war (600,000 Jews vs. 27, 000,000 Arabs) was crashed by defeat, intensifying the flight of Arabs."

    "Arab leaders were responsible for the [Arab] flight, disseminating exaggerated rumors of Jewish atrocities, in order to incite the Arabs, thus instilling fear in the hearts of the Palestinians."

    (Jordanian daily, al-Urdun, April 9, 1953).

    Ismayil Safwat, Commander of Palestinian Operations (March, 1948):

    "The Jews haven't attacked any Arab village, unless attacked first."

  3. "The mass evacuation, prompted partly by fear, partly by order of Arab leaders, left the Arab quarter of Haifa a ghost city.... By withdrawing Arab workers their leaders hoped to paralyze Haifa."
    - Time Magazine, May 3, 1948, page 25

    "[The Arabs of Haifa] fled in spite of the fact that the Jewish authorities guaranteed their safety and rights as citizens of Israel."
    - Monsignor George Hakim, Greek Catholic Bishop of Galilee, New York Herald Tribune, June 30, 1949

    "Israelis argue that the Arab states encouraged the Palestinians to flee. And, in fact, Arabs still living in Israel recall being urged to evacuate Haifa by Arab military commanders who wanted to bomb the city."
    - Newsweek, January 20, 1963

  4. Hey, here's an idea, why not publish your own blog?

    That way, you can spout all of the MOSSAD disinfo you care to anytime of the night or day.

    And celebrate the Jewish rite--or is that right?--of butchering and slaughtering the Palestinians until they're all dead... which is the plan, isn't it, Anon.

  5. Hey, here's an even better idea. When you lie, I will show that you're lying.

    And then you'll whine like a little girl.


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