The History Of Palestine


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  • The History Of Palestine


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    Jewish emigration to
    Palestine

    ·       Emigration before the establishment of Israel

    Palestine
    that sacred and pure land is distinguished by its importance and its high
    reverence in the eyes of Muslims, owing to its embracement of Al-Aqsa Masjid,
    the first of the two Qiblah in Islam [Direction faced in prayer], towards which
    the Muslims used to direct their faces during praying before the Ka’bah in
    Makkah became their Qiblah. No Muslim anywhere would accept or consent to the
    Jews’ control over the sanctities of Muslims, and over such sacred land, how
    about if such an enemy was implanted by force and ruse inside the Arabic
    Palestinian land? This would constitute a provocation, before which no Muslim
    can stand still and acquiesce. Today we witness how Jewish extremists groups
    threaten to demolish Al-Aqsa Masjid, which would bring about a real
    catastrophe. The organized Jewish emigration from all over the world towards
    Palestine constituted a main pillar to the success of the Zionist project in
    Palestine, for the Zionist organizations and institutions that came to the
    scene of events following the first Zionist conference worked with all their
    might to finance the Jewish sneaking into the Palestinian lands, by preparing
    circumstances and exploiting them to drive the Jews out of their native
    countries around the world, and attract them to Palestine, which was the
    destination of establishing the Hebrew state over its soil.

    In
    the year 1869, as a result of pressures exerted by the European countries over
    the Ottoman State, due to its piled up debts and its weakness, the latter
    issued a law, that allowed the foreigners, whether they were individuals,
    institutions, or companies to have properties, and in all lands of the State,
    whether inside cities or outside them. Thus such permission to the foreigners
    to possess lands in Palestine was a source of anxiety to the peasants and the
    people of the country, because it was the offset to the Jewish infiltration and
    the buying of lands under the foreign protection and prerogatives. The Zionist
    greed in buying lands started, where they began to tempt the peasants and big
    feudal lords from the foreigners to sell their lands, the peasants began to
    feel worried about the fate of their lands and lives. The Palestinian National
    Information Center states that in the year 1837 the first Jewish settlement was
    established in Palestine by the help of the wealthy British Jew Montfort, where
    the number of inhabitants was then 1500 Jews, then the number of immigrants
    increased to reach 10 thousands  in
    the year 1840, and then mounted to 15 thousands in the year 1860, and by the
    year 1881 the number of Jews reached 22 thousands. In the year 1882, throngs of
    Russian Jewish immigrants started to flock to Palestine, despite the issuance
    of the Ottoman authorities to a law that restricted emigration, the first
    Jewish group that arrived at Palestine was 2000, then this number increased
    till it reached 25 thousands Jews in the year 1903.

    The
    Jewish settlements in Palestine constituted the core of the Zionist
    infiltration into the country, and that through the selling of the foreign
    owners and non-Palestinian Arabs to their lands to the Jewish immigrants, hence
    the number of Jewish settlements that were built at the end of the Ottoman Rule
    since 1882 till 1913 reached 24 settlements in Palestine, which Doctor Mostafa
    Al Dabbagh mentioned in the book (Biladona Falastin) “Palestine Our Country “ –
    the first part, first section, Al-taliaa publishing house, Beirut 1965, he
    dealt with such point exhaustively, and mentioned the date of building of each
    settlement and the number of its population. As for the British Mandate period,
    the British founded 253 settlements between the years 1920 till 1948, also
    Doctor Hind Amin Al-Badiry has given full details about the date each
    settlement was established and the number of its inhabitants in her research
    “Palestinian lands” Arab League publications, 1981, she clarified in the same
    research how the Jews had taken over the Palestinian lands till 1947, and that
    through the following table:

    The way of possession

    Its percentage from the total Area of Palestine

    (Land
    area seized by the Jews) in Dunnum

    Ottoman period and the outset of the British
    Military Regime

    1.55%

    420.00

    Palestine Government rented it to the Jews

    0.64%

    175.000

    Government granted it to the Jewish Agency

    1.20%

    325.000

    Sold
    by
    big non-Palestinian
    Absent owners

    2.31%

    625.000

    Sold
    by
    big  Palestinian owners

    0.96%

    261.400

    Total

    6.6%

    7.000

    This
    table reveals the very small percentage of the lands that the Jewish
    immigrants  took hold of since
    their entrance to Palestine till the year 1947, and that compared to those
    lands that were still under the Palestinians’ possession, this is attributed to
    the fact that the Jews were newcomers to Palestine, and hence had few
    properties there. Consequently, they couldn’t take hold of no more than 6.6% of
    the lands.

    By
    the end of World War One, and the defeat of the Ottoman state, which marked the
    downfall of an empire that extended for several centuries,  Palestine fell under the British
    Mandate, where it appointed High Commissioners there to manage the affairs of
    Palestine. Doctor Hind Amin Al-Badiry, the researcher, and member in
    Palestinian Writers and Journalists Union, holder of B.A., History department,
    Damascus University in Syria, and holder of M.A. and Ph.D from Ain Shams
    university, Cairo, affirms in the historical magazine “Al-Fustat” that in the
    period of the rule of the British High Commissioner Herbert Samuel, who was
    Jewish, new laws were issued, while other Ottoman laws were changed in such a
    way as to facilitate the transfer of ownership of lands to the Jews. The doctor
    affirms this by saying: “In the year 1920, the administration of Samuel worked
    persistently and actively to carry out the plans of the Zionist Committee, thus
    the first step it took was to inaugurate departments to record lands, and
    appointed the Zionist Norman Bentwich in charge of them. In the same year the
    dangerous area law was passed, which Bentwich worked on immediately putting it
    into practice, in order to confiscate lands. As a consequence to this, the
    Ottoman Bank closed its doors (which was the sole bank that lent the peasants
    at small interests). He then imposed high taxes on people, to the extent that
    even the peasants, whose revenues were lower than any other class, used to pay
    the highest tax rates. In addition to this, authorities changed laws, in a way
    that turned things upside down, all this with the aim of cloaking the process
    of usurping lands under the pretenses of legitimacy and in the name of law,
    thus many unjust laws were passed to serve this aim. When the authorities
    imported products similar to what the people cultivate, they faced a deadlock,
    and many of them were ruined, owing to their continuous bankruptcy and the piling
    up of debts, the percentage of inability to pay taxes among them reached 75%,
    not to mention the harassment, persecution, imprisonment, public fees, and the
    collective punishment that were practiced against them. Moreover the Jewish
    Usurers (the only lending body that remained after the closing of the Ottoman
    bank) played a role in driving the peasants to bankruptcy, where the rate of
    interests over the debts reached 200%, which led to the forfeiture of the
    mortgaged lands in payment of the debts, as they were sold in a public
    auctions. These lands in specific are what Zionism  exploited to propagate that the Arabs sold their lands, in
    addition to lands sold by the big Arab landlords, which is extremely small, and
    doesn’t exceed 1%).” All the succeeding High Commissioners followed in the
    footsteps of Herbert Samuel. Yediot Ahronot press had published in its issue
    dated 14/7/1972 an article entitled “Blunder, Naivety, and Coloring” written by
    the ex-Knesset member “Yash’yho Ben-Fort”, where he  justified this racial and vicious way of stealing lands from
    its owners by saying: “The truth is that there can never be Zionism without
    settlement, and there can never be a Zionist state without expelling the Arabs,
    confiscating their lands, and fencing it.”

    As
    a result of all these circumstances, the process of Jews’ immigration to the
    Palestinian lands was facilitated, and their number increased, owing to the
    preservation of the emigration flow since 1850, namely at the end of the
    Ottoman period as shown in the following table:

    The Period

    Total of Jewish immigrants in thousands

    Annuel
    average of Jewish
    immigration in thousands

    1850-1880

    25

    0.8

    1881-1903

    25

    1

    1904-1910

    20

    2.9

    1911-1914

    14

    3.5

    Total

    83

    1.3

    The
    table shows clearly the continuity of the immigration flow, without any
    interruption, which reveals that this immigration was organized and had
    specific purposes, we know and touch its repercussions today represented in the
    domination of the land of Palestine and the establishment of an extraneous state
    that is known as Israel. The Palestinian National Information Center cites this
    table that is found on its site, where it states that the Palestinian lands
    subject to five consecutive Jewish immigration flows, following the successive
    crises that occurred since the late 19th century till World War II
    in the areas where the Jews existed. The center has divided the immigration
    process into the following phases:

    1.      The First Immigration 1882 – 1903: It occurred in two groups,
    where around 25 thousands Jews came to Palestine, most of them coming from
    Romania and Russia. The immigration was financed by Lovers of Zion societies
    and BILU movement, in addition to some of the colonizing figures and British
    organizations.

    2.     The Second Immigration 1904 – 1918: This immigration occurred
    following the establishment of the Zionism movement. The number of immigrants
    reached around 40 thousands most of them coming from Russia and Romania, they
    were mainly from adventurous youngsters, who were recruited by the Zionist and colonizing
    organizations. By the end of the Second immigration flow, and due to the
    breaking out of World War One in 1914, the number of immigrants reached around
    85 thousands Jews, and the number of lands they possessed reached 418 thousands
    dunnum, and around 44 agricultural settlements.

    3.     The Third Immigration 1919 – 1923:  During this phase the number of immigrants reached 35
    thousand Jews, at the rate of 8 thousands immigrants annually, most of them
    coming from Russia, Romania, and Poland, in addition to small numbers from
    Germany and America.

    4.     The Fourth Immigration 1924 – 1932: This phase started during the
    British Mandate, where 80 thousands immigrants had flocked to Palestine most of
    them from the middle class, especially from Poland, they exploited the small
    sum of money they brought with them in making small projects of their own.

    The
    Zionist immigration reached its peak in 1925, where around 33 thousands Jews
    had arrived at Palestine, compared to 13 thousands in 1924. Afterwards, the
    number started to decrease once more till it reached 13 thousands in 1926. The
    number of immigrants continued to recede in 1927, owing to the economic
    hardships that the country was then facing, thus their number decreased to
    three thousands and then to only two thousands in 1928. Hence by the end of
    this phase, the total number of Jews, who arrived at Palestine reached around
    175 thousands, of which 136 thousands among them settled in 19 civil
    settlements, as for the rest, they spread in 110 agricultural settlements.

    The Fifth Immigration 1933 – 1939:The number of immigrants
    flocking to Palestine reached during that phase around 215 thousands, most of
    them coming from Mid-Europe, which was affected by the Nazi Seizure of Power,
    thus during that period about 45 thousands Jewish immigrants set towards
    Palestine from Mid-Europe alone. In the year 1928 the percentage of Jews
    immigrating from Germany to Palestine reached 52% of the total immigrating
    Jews. In the year 1933, “The White Book” was issued, because of it, Britain limited
    the Jewish immigration to 75 thousands within the coming five years; thus
    minimizing as much as possible the huge number of immigrants traveling through
    official means, while it opened the doors to unofficial immigration, thus the
    number of immigrants reached its peak in 1935, where they reached a total of 62
    thousands, then it started to decline owing to the eruption of revolution in
    Palestine in the year 1936, as the Palestinians could no more tolerate, and
    stand still in the face of the waves of immigrations that their lands were
    subjected to.

    Doctor
    Muhammad Salamah Al-Nahal, expatiates on this subject in his book “The Policy
    of British Mandate in The Arabic Palestinian Lands” – Occupied Palestine
    publications, second edition-Beirut, page 74, 75, 76, where he clarifies the
    number of Jews immigrating to Palestine through the following tables, which
    carry the numbers: 1, 2, 3, 4, the following table shows details about such
    exodus during the years (1920-1936):

    Table 1

    Year

    Number of
    Immigrants

    Percentage

    1920

    5514

    1.95

    1921

    9149

    3.24

    1922

    7844

    2.77

    1923

    7421

    2.63

    1924

    12856

    4.55

    1925

    33801

    11.96

    1926

    13081

    4.63

    1927

    2713

    0.96

    1928

    2178

    0.77

    1929

    5249

    1.86

    1930

    4944

    1.75

    1931

    4075

    1.44

    1932

    9553

    3.38

    1933

    30327

    10.73

    1934

    42359

    14.98

    1935

    61854

    21.88

    1936

    29727

    10.52

    Total

    282.645

    100%

    Doctor
    Riyad Al-A’ylah mentioned in his research entitled “The Development of the
    Palestinian Issue” (Historically, socially, and politically)second edition-May
    1998, that during World War II, around 55 thousands Jews arrived to Palestine
    through illegal ways, where the British fleet was charged with guiding the
    ships carrying on board the immigrating Jews, in addition to supplying them
    with water, provision, and fuel till they reached the Palestinian shores.
    Moreover, between the years 1940-1948 around 120 thousands Jews entered the
    country, and with the winding up of the British Mandate period the number of
    Jews reached 625 thousands, in other word their number was equal to third the
    country’s population.

    The
    following table, which is quoted from the same source as the pervious table,
    shows the percentage of the Arabs and Jews population in Palestine during the
    years 1918-1948.

    Table 2

    Percentage
    of Jews

    Percentage
    of Arab Citizens

    Year

    7.20%

    92.80%

    1918

    14.67

    85.33

    1925

    16.90

    83.10

    1931

    20.90

    79.41

    1933

    27.15

    72.85

    1935

    30.1

    69.99

    1940

    31.40

    68.60

    1946

    31.48

    68.52

    1948

    This
    table clearly shows the increase in the number of Jews from 7,20% in the year
    1918 to 31,48% in the year 1948. Such huge increase in the number of Jews
    flocking to Palestine from all over the world in a period of 30 years only,
    would certainly result in a gradual shifting of the balance of power in favor
    of those intruders, who were new to this place, coming from all over the world,
    after their hesitation in choosing the country on whose lands they would erect
    their alien and occupying entity, as Argentina constituted a choice to them,
    for it constituted at the beginning a target of their greedy goals, but they
    finally chose Palestine, whose people drained by wars, were aspiring to
    freedom, peace, and security, but they were instead faced with depression,
    subjugation, pain and rage, from which the Palestinians and the Arabs suffer
    till this very day.

    The
    following table clarifies the countries from where those intruders had come,
    from the years 1919 till 1936:

    Table 3

    Country

    Number
    of Immigrants

    Percentage

    Poland

    124.010

    42.80

    Russia

    30.429

    10.50

    Germany

    28.629

    9.89

    Romania

    14.754

    5.10

    Lithuania

    9.305

    3.22

    Yemen and
    Eden

    8.529

    2.95

    USA

    7.674

    2.65

    Greece

    6.516

    2.25

    Iraq

    6.122

    2.11

    Latvia

    4.546

    1.57

    Turkey

    4.016

    1.39

    Czechoslovakia

    3.748

    1.29

    Austria

    3.690

    1.27

    Iran

    3.047

    1.05

    Other countries

    34.583

    11.96

    Total

    289.616

    100%

    Immigration after the Creation of
    Israel 1948-1967:

    By
    usurping Palestine and by declaring the creation of Israel in 1948 and the
    expulsion of the Palestinian Arabs from their own land and country, Zionism
    started to exert mighty efforts in facilitating the immigration of the Jews to
    Palestine and it issued what is known as the law of “Return” that was ratified
    in 1950 and dictated that every Jew has the right to return to the country as a
    returning Jew. Immigration was
    carried through an immigrant visa. Also
    the law of Israeli nationality was issued in 1952 whereby every Jewish citizen,
    who immigrated to Israel, has the right to obtain the Israeli identity once he
    enters the country, all this besides boosting the immigration by the Jewish
    agency and organizing it and the attention paid to the immigrants  affairs upon their arrival in the
    country which increased immigration. The following table discusses the
    Jewish
    immigration
    to
    Palestine during the years 1948-1967, obtained from the same source of the
    three previous tables, i.e. from a study conducted by Muhammad Salamah
    Al-Nahal:

    Table 4

    Year

    Immigrants
    Number

    1948

    101.828

    1949

    239.576

    1950

    170.249

    1951

    175.095

    1952

    24.369

    1953

    11.326

    1954

    18.370

    1955

    37.478

    1956

    56.234

    1957

    71.224

    1958

    27.082

    1959

    23.895

    1960

    24.510

    1961

    47.638

    1962

    61.328

    1963

    64.364

    1964

    54.716

    1965

    30.736

    1966

    15.730

    1967

    14.327

    The
    following points are noticed from the previous table:

    First:
    the increase of the number of the immigrating Jews to Palestine during the
    first four years of the establishment of the state of the Zionist entity; about
    700 000 immigrants entered during this period, whereas the number of the Jews
    in Palestine amounted to 650 000 person approximately in 1948. The reasons that
    caused this increase in the
    Jewish immigration are as follows:

    1-The
    Zionist Organizations
    transfer of the Jews who remained in the refugee camps
    in Western Europe to Palestine after the Second World War.

    2-The negotiations that the Israeli government has
    conducted with the Romanian government in 1948 and led to the arrival of about
    118 000 Romanian

    immigrants during the four years 1948-1951.

    3-Zionist exploitation of twisted and terrorist
    schemes to realize its targets of immigration and especially in the countries
    of the Middle East, particularly in Yemen, Iraq and Libya where the Jews
    carried out bombings in Jewish districts to arouse terror, and hence demand
    from them to immigrate to Palestine to rid themselves of terrorism, which
    shapes an understanding of the roots of Zionist terrorism since the first of
    the last century where they killed their fellow countrymen to force them to go
    to Palestine.      

    Second: the decrease of the number of immigrants
    during the next three years 1952-1945 because of the economic crisis that
    erupted in the country, caused by the increase of the number of immigrants and
    the outbreak of unemployment. 

    Third: continuity of immigration redoubled, compared
    with the previous period during the three years (1955-1957) and its connection
    with Hungarian events and the economic status in the country because of the
    tripartite attack on Egypt and Gaza Strip.

    Fourth: the obvious decrease of the number of
    immigrants after 1957 as a result of the cessation of immigration from north
    Africa and Egypt, where the Arab governments in Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt
    encouraged the Jews to stay in the country through providing favorable living
    conditions and security, especially after the Anglo-French Attack on the Suez
    Canal, which has put an end to the Zionist agents and the terrorist acts they
    executed.

    Fifth:
    the increase of the number of immigrants from 1961 until their rate reached 50
    000 immigrants annually, which happened during the years from 1961 to 1965.

    Based
    on an Israeli source, namely the statistical Abstract of Israel, No.45(1994),p.43,  the following table clarifies the
    numbers and the percent of immigrants to Palestine depending on the continent
    of birth, 1882-1993 (percentages):

    Immigration
    Period

    Immigrants Number

    %

    From
    Asia and Africa

    From
    Europe and America

    1882-1914

    55.000-70.000

    100

       

    1919-1948

    482.857

    100

    10.4

    89.6

    15May 1948-1993

    2.363.481

    100

    35.3

    64.7

    15May 1948-1951

    687.624

    100

    49.9

    50.1

    1952-1954

    54.676

    100

    76.4

    23.6

    1955-1957

    166.492

    100

    68.3

    31.7

    1958-1960

    75.970

    100

    36.0

    64.0

    1961-1964

    228.793

    100

    59.4

    40.6

    1965-1968

    82.244

    100

    49.7

    50.3

    1969-1971

    116.791

    100

    27.3

    72.7

    1972-1974

    142.755

    100

    9.2

    90.8

    1975-1979

    124.827

    100

    14.3

    85.7

    1980-1984

    83.637

    100

    27.1

    72.9

    1985-1989

    70.196

    100

    20.4

    79.6

    1990

    199.516

    100

    2.7

    97.3

    1991

    176.100

    100

    11.9

    88.1

    1992

    77.057

    100

    6.5

    93.5

    1993

    76.805

    100

    4.1

    95.9

    This table illustrates the continuation of the surge
    of the Jewish immigration from different continents and demonstrates the
    gradual rise of the number of immigrants since the beginning of the twentieth
    century, where the number of immigrants did not exceed 55000 immigrants then we
    find it escalating in 1955 to 166000 immigrants, then in 1990 to 199000
    immigrants. This rising wave of the Jewish immigration to Palestine had toppled
    the balance of power and deepened the disparities in Palestine between the
    intruders and the genuine landowners, where it had imposed a Jewish prevalence
    and consequently their mastery over Palestine.

    The following table, taken from the general Israeli
    guide – Palestinian Studies institute, Mahmmoud Miaary, population composition
    p. 37-89 – shows that the Jews who were born outside Palestine formed the
    majority of the Jews of Israel until the beginning of the seventies. Then the
    percent of the Jews born in Israel or Palestine before 1948 began to increase,
    thus composing the majority of the Jewish population of Israel (60.9% in 1993).

    The inhabitants of Israel
    based on the

    country of origin

    Country
    of Origin

    Absolute
    No.

    %

    Total
    No.

    4.335.2

    100.0

    Asia Total

    736.300

    17.0

    Turkey

    86.300

    2.0

    Iraq

    256.500

    5.9

    Yemen

    158.00

    3.6

    Iran

    134.7

    3.1

    Other
    countries

    (including
    India and Pakistan)

    100.2

    2.3

    Africa
    - Total

    837.6

    19.3

    Morocco

    502.8

    11.6

    Algeria
    and Tunisia

    126.5

    2.9

    Libya

    74.7

    1.7

    Egypt

    63.0

    1.4

    Other
    countries

    (including
    Ethiopia)

    70.6

    1.6

    Europe,
    America and Ukraine - Total

    1.730.5

    39.9

    Soviet
    Union

    712.1

    16.4

    Poland

    262.5

    6.0

    Romania

    258.0

    5.9

    Bulgaria
    and Greece

    59.9

    1.4

    Germany
    and Austria 

    85.0

    2.0

     Czechoslovakia
    (formerly)

    Hungary
    and other European countries

    191.8

    4.4

    North
    America, South America and Ocean Islands

    161.2

    3.7

    PalestineIsrael-born,
    father also

    1.030.8

    23.8

    In this study ascribed to the previously stated
    source, it becomes evident that the Israeli community is a community of
    immigrants or settlers, where 39.1% from the Jewish inhabitants are still born
    in places outside the country and 37.1% are born inside the country (Palestine
    or Israel) but their fathers are born outside. And that 23.8% only from the
    Jewish inhabitants and their fathers are born inside the country. The Jewish
    population has grown fast, thus it has multiplied six-fold since the
    establishment of Israel on 15th May 1948 until the end of the year
    1993. The scale of immigration, has generally contributed to half of the
    population growth and the natural growth in the other half. The Palestinians in
    Israel, excepting the inhabitants of Al-Qods, constitute 15.4% from the total
    population. The Arab population has succeeded to preserve their proportion in spite
    of the intensified Jewish immigration, through natural population growth whose
    percent amounts to approximately double the percent of the natural growth of
    the Jews. According to “the country of origin”, defined by the Israeli
    statistics, i.e. based on the birthplace of the person or the birthplace of his
    father, the Jewish inhabitants in Israel are divided into three main ethnic
    groups:

    1-Western Jews (or from western origins), born in
    Europe – America.

    2-Native-born Jews, of foreign-born fathers in Europe
    – America.

    3-Eastern Jews (or from eastern origins): born in Asia
    – Africa – and native-born Jews, descendants of foreign-born fathers in Asia –
    Africa.

    In addition to all these figures related to
    immigration to Palestine, the immigration of the Russian Jews from the former
    Soviet Union is remarkable, for these immigrants to the occupied Palestinian
    territories make up 10% from the total inhabitants therein, and their influence
    and power steadily increase in the political life since the big immigration,
    that carried the biggest number of them to Israel at the late eighties and the
    earliest nineties. During four years (1990-1993), more than half a million
    citizens immigrated from the former Soviet Union to Israel, which led to 10%
    increase of its population. The majority among the adult immigrants were Soviet
    university or technological academies graduates, also the major class among
    them were engineers and architects. Many sources document this immigration
    like, American Sephardi Federation, Jewish Agency for Israel and Center Bureau
    of
    Statistics;
    also, Ahmad Khalifah – “The Russian immigrants in Israel”, Palestinian studies
    magazine, issue 38, spring 1999, p. 80 & 124. The following table
    summarizes the details certified by these sources:

    Immigration
    to Israel from the former Soviet Union

    Year

    Immigrants
    Total

    Immigrants
    from
    former Soviet Union

    In thousands

    1986

    9505

    202

    1987

    12.965

    2096

    1988

    13.034

    2283

    1989

    24.000

    12.932

    1990

    199.516

    185.227

    1991

    176.100

    147.839

    1992

    77.057

    65.093

    1993

    76.805

    66.196

    1994

    79.844

    67.771

    1995

    76.361

    64.489

    1996

    70.605

    58.447

    1997

    65.962

    54.521

    1998

    56.700

    45.400

    Total

    938.454

    772.496

    After viewing all these figures, statistics and facts,
    it is now crystal-clear that the Israelis were never the owners of the
    Palestinian land, they are only colonizers who were backed by some subjugating
    forces to control the destines of the Palestinian people and turn their life
    into the hell we see today. It is noteworthy that the memory of the Muslim Arab
    populations needs none of these figures or data to realize that the Zionists
    are intruders, because the history of all Arab countries is common since
    ancient times. The sad reality is that the true landowners live under the
    pressure of the mightiest power in the world, to the extent that anyone who
    defends his country – Palestine - is labeled as a “Terrorist”. They
    paradoxically regard the daily slaughtering from which the Palestinians suffer
    as a defense of Israel when in reality is only an imperialist power. Values and
    standards are reversed to the extent that some people in the world defend the
    colonizers and usurpers against their victims whose lands are usurped forcibly
    and coercively by the power of arms. This biggest immigration in the history of
    humanity towards Palestine has clearly shown that the inhabitants of what is
    known today as Israel are aliens to the Arabic Palestine. Huge numbers of Jews
    have occupied the small lands of Palestine, so where did the remaining
    surviving Palestinians go after this extensive immigration to Palestine? Where
    did the true owners of the lands seek refuge after the foreign usurpers have
    occupied their land?        

     

     

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