Stolen History


Palestinian Authority (PA) leader Mahmoud Abbas is poised to proceed with his bid for Palestinian statehood recognition at the UN, while Western powers are still clambering to forestall the effort and avert a regional diplomatic quagmire. At this juncture, we might ask ourselves how a terrorist entity like the PA, enmeshed in the genocidal campaign to wipe Israel off the map, has become the darling of the “human rights” wing of the UN. The answer lies in a deliberate rewriting of history, which has in effect created a nation in exile which has actually never existed.

Because there was never a state of “Palestine” nor a “Palestinian people,”  those who promote the notion  of a “Palestinian homeland,” where the Palestinians have lived from “time immemorial,” must create a faux-history to justify this claim.  Stealing Israel’s history offers a short cut that also has the advantage of denying the legitimacy of the Jewish state. So Arab propagandists, supported by anti-Israel archaeologists, historians and scriptural scholars in the West, are hard at work erasing or denying all evidence of things Jewish in the Land of Israel and substituting the fictitious narrative of an ancient “Palestinian people,” whose presence in the land of Canaan stretches back for thousands of years.

This effort to perpetrate the historical equivalent of genocide is the subject of David Meir-Levi’s important new pamphlet, Stolen History: How the Palestinians and their Allies Attack Israel’s Right to Exist by Erasing its Past.

To order the pamphlet, click here.

To read the pamphlet, click here.

  • Fred Dawes

    That is what is happening here inside the USA, Our past is being erased And Israel must fight that and fight to win, the past is about history and love and hate and wars and above all other things its about cultural idea and Family and that is all about Honor and Principle.

  • http://www.contextflexed.com Flipside

    I hope you are going to pay royalties to Mary Lefkowitz and Sheikh Anton Diop.

  • Pathena

    Those who call themselves "Palestinians" are engaging in history rewrite with their very name. The name "Palestina" was given to Judea by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in 135 A.D. after he had defeated the last Jewish rebellion under Bar Kochba, to eradicate all memory of Judea. (He also outlawed Judaism and renamed Jerusalem "Aelia Capitolina.) Since that time, "Palestine" was synonymous with "land of the Jews" or "the Holy Land," and "Palestinian" with "Jew." That is why Great Britain, after World War I, was given the "Palestine Mandate" as homeland of the Jews.
    Calling Arabs "Palestinians" is a consequence of the invention of the "Palestine Liberation Organization" by Gamal Nasser, ruler of Egypt, and the Soviet Union, both haters of Jews, in Cairo in 1964. The phony history and propaganda comes from this.
    So the Big Lie that David Meir-Levi describes affects the very name Arabs use who call themselves "Palestinian."

    • oldtimer

      San Remo Conference after WWI divided the Ottoman Empire and set a side land, under British control, for the Jewish people. But this is never mentioned by anyone!
      Lies are what they do, just listen to the Iranian PM. I think it was Nazi Goebels who said if you say a lie often enough, it becomes truth. This whole situation is to elimate the Jews(the sided with Hitler), re-establish the Ottoman Empire and conquer the world…..

    • BS77

      Good post, P athena……..I found a book from the early 1950s called "Palestine, Land of Israel….Israel is the land of the original Biblical inhabitants, Jews and Christians. Jews have lived there for thousands of years….Now the lying, propagandists have actually stolen the term Palestine and made it Land of the Arab invaders. They will do anything, including brainwashing the world with lies ANYTHING to destroy Israel and take the real estate, including this Orwellian gambit at the UN, which, essentially is this: Declare statehood and steal more land. It is as if someone said, hey, this county in Maine is now mine and I am going to make it my own country. The Israelis are surrounded by HUGE Muzlim nations….their combined land area is thousand times that of Israel, yet they portray Israel as the "aggressor"!!! Israeli Jews and Christians are outnumbered 100-1 and yet are called "the aggressor". LIES LIES and more LIES from those intent on destroying Israel and taking the land. Israel is NOT the problem in the MIddle East.

    • Fred Dawes

      thank you

    • ziontruth

      Kudos, Pathena.

      "The Palestinians among us"—Immanuel Kant, writing in reference to the Jews.

      "While Philo and his Alexandrian coreligionists looked upon the translation of the Seventy as a work of inspired men, the Palestinian Rabbis subsequently considered the day on which the Septuagint was completed as one of the most unfortunate in Israel's history, seeing that the Torah could never be adequately translated."—from the Preface to the Jewish Publication Society's 1917 edition of the Hebrew Bible in English.

  • crackerjack

    Who cares who lived in the region during the bronze age? Current nternational politics cannot be based on where the Kelts lived 2000BC or from which region the Saxons originated.

    If Jews take this nonsense as a guideline, they must be willing to return their US property to the Apache and Sioux.

    And even going by the unhistoric Bible: – Aaron supposedly counquered the land from the Caananites. So their descendents obviously have an older claim.

    Israel's '48 claim is comprehensible and documented and needs no backing by pseudo-religious mythology and divine support.

    • reza

      By that logic why do we live in a world with borders and nations, we might as well amalgamate the world and live where we want and erase all cultures, not just the Jewish one

      • Fred Dawes

        That is what one world is all about to eliminate all ideals by one control.

      • ziontruth

        I gotta say, reza, yours is one of the most concise summaries of the Marxist agenda of multiculturalism I've ever read. Well put.

      • crackerjack

        Would that mean that US Anglo-Saxon descendents have a cultural claim to their Northen German "ancestral homelands"? And why are US Poles not fighting for the "ancestral homelands" Poland lost to Russia after WWII? Do they have no "culture"? LOL.

    • ziontruth

      "Who cares who lived in the region during the bronze age?"

      You do. If you didn't, you'd shut up about what's going on in the Middle East. You and all the rest of you anti-Zionists.

    • WildJew

      Your point about returning land to the Apache and the Sioux is a valid one. Do you think it irrelevant that Jews have a 4000 year uninterrupted presence in the land of Israel? Why are Muslims (Arabs) seeking to obliterate this fact?

      • anonymous

        ziontruth and WildJew – Crackerjack is saying Israel has a right to exist… and he's using a different argument – we own it now. It's absurd to say that just because Jews have consistently lived there for 4,000 years, we have a right to completely control it. In that case, the Apache and Sioux should also have their land back. And the Russians should give back all the land they conquered. As well as the British. Get all those Australians out of there and let the aborigines have their land. While we're on the subject, the Scottish were there before the Germanic Anglo-Saxons. Give them their land back – completely. No more Great Britain – just England. And since we're already kicking everybody out of their countries, all of South America and North America should pack up and go home – where that is, back in Spain, Portugal, and Britain. We'll make space.
        The world operates on a "I beat you, I own you" rule. That's the way it's been for thousands of years. In the argument of statehood, it's completely irrelevant what happened in the past.
        In the argument of whether someone has a right to LIVE there or not, history has a role – that's a matter of property, rights to the land, etc.
        The Arabs have also existed in the land of Israel for at least 1,500 years. Uninterrupted. Is this a war of numbers? What about the Arab family that didn't run away in 1948, and has existed in the land of former-Palestine for hundreds of years. And what about the Ashkenazi Jew who's family hasn't been in the land for 2,000 years? Who has more a right to be there?
        Sorry for ranting, but we need allies, and just because CrackerJack doesn't believe in the Bible or with your specific beliefs, there's no reason to call him an Anti-Zionist.

        • ziontruth

          "…but we need allies, and just because CrackerJack doesn't believe in the Bible or with your specific beliefs, there's no reason to call him an Anti-Zionist."

          No, I call him an anti-Zionist based on his other posts on FPM. He's a Marxist and a supporter of multiculturalism. Israel doesn't need allies like him.

          "It's absurd to say that just because Jews have consistently lived there for 4,000 years, we have a right to completely control it."

          One man's absurdity is another man's… But let's leave that debate. I maintain Israel needs to completely control the land because only exclusive political rights and a strategic territorial depths can protect against demographic conquest and life under a barrage of rocket fire respectively.

          "In that case, the Apache and Sioux…"

          I don't care. A nationalist cares only about his nation; I'm a nationalist Jew, so I couldn't care less about the identity politics of other nations.

          "In the argument of statehood, it's completely irrelevant what happened in the past."

          Anyone who's been keeping track of the debate on the Jews' rights to the Land of Israel should know by now there's no argument that could convince either side to accept the other. The purpose of these arguments is to instill one's own side with belief in their rightness, to rally your own side to the cause.

  • Pathena

    Those who call themselves "Palestinians" are engaging in history rewrite with their very name. The name "Palestina" was given to Judea by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in 135 A.D. after he had defeated the last Jewish rebellion under Bar Kochba. (He also outlawed Judaism and renamed Jerusalem "Aelia Capitolina.) From that time on, "Palestine" was synonymous with "land of the Jews" or "the Holy Land," and "Palestinian" with "Jew." Great Britain was given the Palestine Mandate after World War I to be the "homeland of the Jews."
    Calling Arabs "Palestinians" was the consequence of the invention of the "Palestine Liberation Organization" by Gamal Nasser, ruler of Egypt, and the Soviet Union, both haters of Jews, in Cairo in 1964. The phony history came from this, and as David Meir-Levi shows, the Big Lie continues.

  • Mickey Oberman

    And still Israel allows the Wakf to control The Temple Mount and continue its ruinous excavations in order to destroy all archaeological evidence of its Jewish origin and history.

  • WildJew

    Meir-Levi wrote: "At this juncture, we might ask ourselves how a terrorist entity like the PA, enmeshed in the genocidal campaign to wipe Israel off the map, has become the darling of the “human rights” wing of the UN."

    I am just beginning to read this pamphlet. I am guessing some of this material will be familiar territory. The reason the PA's false narrative and the PA / "Palestinian" cause has become the darling of the 'human rights' wing of the UN and the darling to millions worldwide is because of a genocidal hatred of the Jews and Israel.

    • http://www.contextflexed.com Flipside

      "Wouldn't be preuuuudent."

  • SHmuelHaLevi

    Those islamic nomads inserted into Judea and Samaria make of stealing a way of life. Besides stealing an identiy, Jewish Icons, they routinely steal;
    Israeli Social Security funds.
    Tractors, trucks, cars, irrigation equipment, livestock, medicines, water, etc.
    That would be complemented by assaulting & murdering.

  • esperantominoria

    I enjoyed the video.The Palestinians have a culture of hate because of Muhammad,just like the Mughal Emperor of India,Aurangzeb.We,non-Muslims must know the Muslim history of intolerance

    There are some who say that,no,he was not such a fanatic,but the evidence he was for long periods,persecuting Hindus.He ruined his dynasty.

    Aurangzeb killed the 9th Guru,the Supreme Holy Leader of the Sikhs in 1675

    The Guru sacrificed himself for the religious freedom of the Hindus even though he was NOT a Hindu.ALL NON-MUSLIMS must know this historical fact,plus more,it shows the MYTH of Muslim tolerance in INDIA.Read:
    http://www.antisharia.com/2011/09/22/the-mughal-e

    PLUS

    M.I. Khan's (ex-Muslim from Pakistan) 2 articles on slavery of Hindus by Muslims in India
    http://www.faithfreedom.org/articles/op-ed/islami
    http://www.faithfreedom.org/articles/op-ed/islami

    • ziontruth

      The Muslims are to the Hindus as the Nazis were to the Jews. The most conservative estimate puts the Hindu victims of Islam at 90 million.

  • mrbean

    The facts! It is a matter of record that Palestinians strap munitions on their own women and children and send them out on homicide-suicide missions to murder other innocent women and children in markets, restuarants, on school buses, and in their homes. The Palestinians in their own words and by their actions are committed to the genocide of the Jewish people therefore, have foreited their rights to even exist at all let alone having a UN and US sanctioned terrorist state of their own.

    • Beth

      They (the 'palestinians') are murderers. And anyone supporting them….is a murderer too. That is what I think of the U.N. American tax payers need to rise up against that corrupt institution. In the day that they are chased out of America….will be a very happy day indeed!

  • maturin20

    Canaan for the Canaanites.

    • reza

      England for the English, France for the French, etc

      • http://www.contextflexed.com Flipside

        Palestine for the Israelis. Oops!

  • effemall

    I understand that the Nobel Prize Committee is preparing a Takiyya of The Year prize to be shared by the propagandists in the Arab world and the Muslim members of the U.N. Also I want to hear from the GOP candidates as to which of them will have the guts to throw out the UN and build some affordable housing on their site in Manhattan.

  • Fred remington

    I just want to point out that the Bar Kochba revolt of 131 – 135 CE was not the last attempt by the Jews in Palestine to free themselves from the Roman occupation. Palestinian Jews fought Gallus in 351 and they expelled the Byzantines in 614. Twenty four years later the Muslims under Umar started their brutal occupation of Jewish Palestine.

    Fred Remington

  • JonM

    What is discribed in the booklet is nothing less than an attack on both Judaism and Christianity since both are grounded in historical facts. This should be soundly rejected by all thinking people. These lies are a disgrace to humanity and show the evil foundation on which the Palestinain narrative is founded.

  • mrbean

    We have our own stolen history here in the US. The Library of Congress has removed the "N" word from all of Mark Twain's novels and instructed local libraries to do the same. They should not have done anything but could have merely substituted Negro as that would be at least be accurate.

  • NotaBene

    I hear this argument a lit and it still makes no sense to me. There was no state of Palestine before 1947 – but there was no United States before 1776, no State of Kenya before 1967 etc.

    All the countries in Latin America were simply European colonial districts. Are you claiming there's no Argentina, or no Chile?

    • DuncanIdaho

      Yes Argentina and Chile are real countries because the people, who live there, the Argentineans and Chileans, want it that way. The country of Palestine is a fraud and the people, the “Palestinians” know it. This fraud was created for the sole purpose of delegitimizing Israel, not to have a country of their own. The other posters’ arguments, that you don’t seem to understand, are just trying to point out just how huge and ambitious this fraud is, to wipe out 3000 years of history. And I hope you understand the difference between 3000 years of history and 3000 year old history, not like some people who post here.

      • NotaBene

        No i still don't get it.

        Are the Palestinians a 'fake' people? What does that mean? Are there other fake peoples in the world today? Why are the people living in, and descended from, the area known as Palestine not Palestinians?

        If the Palestinians are a fraud, who are they really? Do they still have the rights – rights to property, to be secure in their homes, to political representation, to democracy and so on – that everyone else has?

        Do pieces of land belong to individuals or to ethnic and racial groups?

        • DuncanIdaho

          No I think you do "get it" but I will play along.

          Before 1964 they would self identify as Arabs and if you called them Palestinian they would have been insulted thinking you called them a Jew.

          Who are they? They are a people who have declared an unending war on the state of Israel and Jews in and outside Israel.

          I didn’t say anything about race or ethnicity. I thought we are talking about a Palestinian state. Many nations put restrictions on the ability of foreigners to own land. Also I look forward to the day Christian Arabs in the PA and Gaza have their rights – rights to property, to be secure in their homes, to political representation, to democracy and so on – that everyone else has. It’s not happening now is it?

          • NotaBene

            Thanks for playing.

            The argument still makes no sense, but your evasive non-answers tell me perhaps more than you intended.

          • DuncanIdaho

            Actually your posts speak volumes. The first one was a silly little throw away. Did you leave the misspelling in to make it seem more real? Your second post was a brilliant work of sophistry. iIn it you set up a series of yes or no questions. The problem with your questions is that they are (intentional?) oversimplifications and cannot be answered yes or no. As an example, your last question.

            ‘Do pieces of land belong to individuals or to ethnic and racial groups?’

            Assuming you really meant nations and states and are not intentionally mudding your question talking about ethnic and racial groups. The answer is stunningly, both.

        • ziontruth

          "Are the Palestinians a 'fake' people?"

          Precisely. The Arab settler-colonist land-thieves in Palestine are not a nation but part of the nation, the Arab nation. This truth, of the Arab nation wishing to steal from the Jews their one and only piece of land in the world, had not made for a good marketing position; therefore, the Arab propagandists construed the Arab settlers in Palestine as a nation from scratch—a "nation" never mentioned in any mainstream publication before 1960—in order to turn the truth of the Jewish David vs. Arab Goliath on its head.

          "Are there other fake peoples in the world today?"

          Loads of them. Most decolonial groupings of diverse people calling themselves nations are fake nation. The Iraqi "nation," the Syrian "nation," the Lebanese "nation," the Zairian "nation"—you name any such "nation" that holds the mere sharing of recent state borders, you'll find a fake. Proposition nations are held together only by repression, or else they erupt into bloodshed (q.v. Lebanon).

          "Why are the people living in, and descended from, the area known as Palestine not Palestinians?"

          Because only the Jews are truly Palestinians. Only the Jews have an inherent connection to this land of all lands. The Arab settlers in Palestine are different from the Arabs elsewhere only in the sense that there is a continuum of differences (in culture and dialect) among all Arabs.

          "If the [Arab settlers] are a fraud, who are they really?"

          Arab settler-colonist land-grabbers claiming the one and only piece of land of the one and only true Palestinian nation, the Jewish nation, for their own.

          "Do they still have the rights – rights to property, to be secure in their homes, to political representation, to democracy and so on – that everyone else has?"

          Sure—in their indigenous territory, the Arabian Peninsula.

          • trickyblain

            Cultism and tribalism, zion.

            People don't have rights outside the territory of distant ancestors? I guess I have no rights outside of Ireland and Scotland. Blacks have no rights outside of Africa. Jews have no rights anywhere but Israel. Your argument actually supports Nazism, you idiot!

            People get rights, other than those they are born with, by buying property. Thus it becomes "theirs." Jews own property all over the world, so Israel is hardly the only place that is truly "theirs." I'm Irish but I don't have property in Ireland. Therefore it's not "mine." Why are nonIsraeli landholding Jews special in this regard?

            Or is it just Jews that can claim themselves ethnic overlords, based on a 4,000 year old myth?

            I am an ardent supporter of Israel and have serious doubts about the ability of Palestinians to self govern, let alone live in peace with neighbors. But posts like yours cause me to question those views.

          • ziontruth

            "Cultism and tribalism, zion."

            Nationalism, tricky.

            "Your argument actually supports Nazism, you idiot!"

            Then you don't know what Nazism was about. Nazism said non-Aryans had no rights anywhere—even in their own territories.

            "People get rights, other than those they are born with, by buying property."

            Plutocracy.

            "Jews own property all over the world, so Israel is hardly the only place that is truly 'theirs.' "

            Whether they have landed property in Israel or not, the Land of Israel is still the only place in the world the Jews can truly call their home. Outside, even when they have it good, it's only by the favor of their host nations, and provisional at that.

            "…based on a 4,000 year old myth?"

            Calling HaShem's word a myth… you're picking at Someone that makes me look like a gnat in comparison to gnats.

            "I am an ardent supporter of Israel…"

            Sure, that's why you take the left-wing site of the debate every time, including sympathy for the claim of the Arab settlers in Palestine.

            "But posts like yours cause me to question those views."

            If in the future you change your views and become a full-blown anti-Zionist, I know that it will have been because you were already on the way; my posts will have been no more than an excuse.

          • WildJew

            I'm reading through these exchanges. I find people much more informed that I am on what constitutes a people, a nation and a state. Palestinian leaders (many) claim they are the descendants of the ancient Philistines or the Canaanites.

            For the sake of argument, let's take them at their word, that they are indeed the descendants of the ancient Philistines. That would mean they are as indigenous as the Jews are indigenous to the land of Israel. Where do we go from here?

            American Indians have a legitimate claim to being the indigenous peoples (nations) in North America. Early U.S. Supreme Courts ruled these peoples were "domestic dependent nations." Would any American descendant of white Europeans contemplate relinquishing or returning one square inch of land to these indigenous peoples? No.

            For me a Jew, it is the Bible (what other readers call myth and legend) upon which I base our claim to this land. Otherwise, what do we have? International law? International law can change over time. What was at one time considered settled law – the League of Nations Mandate – is now (according to the U.S. Secretary of State) the Jews "illegitimately" occupying Muslim land.

            Anthony Pagden in his "Worlds at War: The 2500 Year Struggle Between East and West," writing about the the Reconquest (la reconquista) of Spain "presumes that Christians were the rightful owners of all of Spain. But in this world of unceasing conquest and reconquest, of migration and deportation, ownership was established not by who got there first but by who could stay there the longest." If our prophets can be believed, the Jews will not be uprooted from our land ever again.

          • ziontruth

            "For me a Jew, it is the Bible (what other readers call myth and legend) upon which I base our claim to this land."

            I'm a religious Jewish believer too, but it is for that exact reason that I don't use the Bible to base the Jewish claim to the land.

            According to the Torah (the first Rashi commentary, in fact), our forefathers had the right to take the Land of Israel away from the seven Canaanite nations because the Canaanites had filled the cup of angering HaShem with their transgressions (idolatry, theft, fornication, infanticide, homosexuality, to name a few). The right of the Israelites (the Jewish nation) to stay on the land has always been contingent on not sinking to the level of the Canaanites. Observance of the Torah means we can use the Torah as our title deed to the Land of Israel, whereas, if we do not appreciate the Torah so much as to observe it, then it is no longer of value as a title deed.

            While the current situation of the Jewish nation cannot by any stretch be compared to that of our forefathers in Nebuchadnezzar's day (down almost to the level of the Canaanites), there can still be no confidence for a Jew in using the Torah as a title deed. The greatest danger is that the use of the Torah for the claim could lead the Accuser (a.k.a. Satan) to lob an accusation against the Jewish nation: "They claim the Torah as their title deed, HaShem, but do they observe it?" The consequences could be disastrous.

            In summary: Though I truly regard the Torah as a binding legal document and eternally valid title deed issued from the Supreme Owner and Lawgiver of all that exists, I do not feel confident in my spiritual state to use it for our claim of land. Therefore I stick to my point that the Jews are the one and only true Palestinian nation, the only true indigenous Palestinians, and I counter the false Arab "Palestinian nation" claim by rejecting that narrative for the ahistorical fraud it is.

          • WildJew

            I think you are being too self-critical, not necessarily a bad Jewish trait. I am guessing you believe God (HaShem) has and is re-gathering the Jewish people back into the land as it is this day? Israel is a fact. You don't think it was by accident, do you? Don't you think it better to let HaShem be the judge as to whether or not we deserve to remain in the land? We have enemies dwelling in our land. Moses warned us, they will be like pricks in our eyes and as thorns in our side. Maybe when the nation becomes more faithful, God will help us drive our enemies out of our land?

          • ziontruth

            "Don't you think it better to let HaShem be the judge as to whether or not we deserve to remain in the land?"

            HaShem will always be the judge, no matter what anybody thinks or says or does. The thing is, I don't want to be the one handing words to the plaintiff when the time of judgment comes. (How relevant this is just before Rosh HaShanah!)

            "Maybe when the nation becomes more faithful, God will help us drive our enemies out of our land?"

            That's a totally different issue. I think my posts here (and outside FPM too) have pretty much established my credentials as someone who advocates driving all the enemy population out of our land. But the issue brought for discussion in this particular thread is, what gives us our right to drive all the Arabs out of the Land of Israel (or build homes in it, for that matter—in anti-Zionist eyes, a "crime" no less serious than ethnic cleansing). You say, "The Torah gives us this right." I say, "Yes, the Torah gives us this right, but for reasons of prudence I opt to use a different argument."

  • UCSPanther

    I think the UN should invite David Duke and Louis Farrakhan to give their speeches about wild conspiracy theories that should have died with the medieval times.

    They would fit right in with Ahmadinejad and his crew of lunatics.

  • g_jochnowitz

    Israel, on the other hand, goes to great lengths to save lives–in Haiti, in Pakistan (yes, after an earthquake) and now in Gaza. http://www.jpost.com/NationalNews/Article.aspx?id

  • BS77

    As R King asked, "Why can't we all just get along?" Great question!!!

  • Seamystic

    All this nonsense must stop. Choose what side your on between Islam and Democracies, example Israel etc.. Declare total war and destroy Islam including Palestinians, PERIOD. Or else in the future this disinformation activity will be used in every country, for the success of a World Caliphate.
    Sign the "Ban Islam" petition at: http://www.petitiononline.com/MYSTIC/petition.htm

  • BS77

    What will be the name of the invented fiction of a country? Terrorstan? Bombania?

  • Glennd1

    And all of this negates the fact that the Zionists ethnically cleansed 630,000 Arab Muslims off of THEIR LAND AND THEIR HOMES in Palestine between '47-'49 how? Answer: It does not.

    • KarshiKhanabad

      And yet as of today the Middle East consists of over three hundred million Arab Muslims in twenty-two Arab Muslim states all of whom have been oppressed and harassed and persecuted by less than seven million of dem JOOOOOZ!!

      The numbers just don't add up. OBTW, long live Israel!

      • Glennd1

        Let me try and respond to you seriously. I cite a historical fact that even Zionist, Israeli and Jewish historian Benny Morris agrees with about Israeli's horrific actions against the Arab's living in Palestine between '47-'49, which is what the refugee issue and the right of return stem from, and you give me generalized rhetoric that doesn't refute anything I said? Do you want to have a fact based discussion? Or are you just a kind of 'fan-boy' for Israel, cheering but with no real knowledge of the conflict and actual issues at stake, as well as the very recent history?

        • KarshiKhanabad

          300,000,000 Arab Muslims.

          7,000, 000 Israeli Jews.

          The Arab Muslim `world' has sought to destroy Israel for over sixty years.

          Bottom line.

    • ziontruth

      Not their land. Not their homes. And not your business either.

  • Western Spirit

    Muslims lie about their claim to Israel because their claim needs help, and history is not on their side but on the Jews side. Therefore what can they do but lie?