A Century of Palestinian Rejectionism and Jew Hatred

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Frontpage Interview’s guest today is Sol Stern, a contributing editor of City Journal, a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, and the author of the new book, A Century of Palestinian Rejectionism and Jew Hatred.

FP: Sol Stern, welcome to Frontpage Interview.

Congratulations on your new book.

The timing is very relevant. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has launched an international campaign to achieve recognition by the U.N. for an independent Palestinian state.

Tell us how your book approaches this upcoming event and the issues surrounding it.

Stern: My broadside shows how the Palestinian campaign for statehood is based on a historical big lie. The lie is that the Palestinian people were dispossessed by the new state of Israel in 1948 and that the current Israeli government is still preventing the establishment of an independent Palestinian state. I show that from the beginning of the conflict almost a century ago it was the Jews who were willing to compromise, to accept the so called “two state” solution, while the Palestinian leadership refused to even consider a sovereign Jewish state in the Muslim Middle East. Moreover, this rejection, which was backed by violence at every turn, was driven by Islamic doctrines of Jew hatred.

FP: Your thoughts on Abbas? His relationship with the truth? How much different is he from the leaders of Hamas?

Stern: The biggest liar of all is Mahmoud Abbas. Last May, Abbas published an op-ed article in the New York Times titled, “The Long Overdue Palestinian State,” in which he recounted his own “expulsion” by the Jews in 1948, at the age of 13.  Abbas wrote that “shortly after” the U.N. General Assembly voted to partition the “Palestinian homeland” into two states in 1947, “Zionist forces expelled Palestinian Arabs to ensure a decisive Jewish majority in the future state of Israel, and Arab armies intervened. War and further expulsions ensued.” Abbas claimed that he and his family were forced out of their home in the Galilean city of Safed and fled to Syria, where they “took up shelter in a canvas tent provided to all the arriving refugees.” For dramatic effect, the Times provided an illustration above Abbas’s article depicting a young boy standing next to his tent in the desert and gazing forlornly at the verdant hills of the Galilee just over the horizon.

Almost every word in the Abbas op-ed was a lie. The Arab Higher Committee (AHC) was the recognized representative of the Palestinian people at the time of the U.N. partition vote. The Zionists accepted the partition plan. The AHC and the Arab states rejected any proposal to share the land and vowed to drown the fledgling Jewish state in “rivers of blood.”

Following instructions from the AHC, Palestinian militias and volunteers from neighboring Arab countries began attacking Jewish settlements after the U.N. partition plan was announced in November, 1947. The irregular Arab units were ordered to take strategic strongholds and hold on until the expected invasion of Israel by regular Arab armies after the British withdrawal on May 14. What happened in Safed was typical of the bloody inter-communal warfare that soon convulsed the country. Elements of the Arab Liberation Army, the main Palestinian armed force, plus Jordanian irregular units, entered Safed’s Arab neighborhoods and began sporadic attacks on the Jewish quarter. Facing a full scale invasion of the Galilee by the Syrian and Jordanian regular armies, Jewish military commanders couldn’t afford to have armed Palestinian units behind their lines. On the night of May 8, reinforcements from the Palmach, the elite Jewish strike force, counterattacked and took the key Arab strongholds in the city. Almost immediately, Safed’s Arabs began streaming out toward the Syrian border. There were no expulsions of Arab civilians.

FP: Give us a glimpse of how your book exposes the big lies about the Palestinians, including the nakba myth.

Stern: One of the intriguing historical items in the book is that I use on-the-scene reporting by I.F Stone, who was in Israel in 1948, to show that Abbas’ account of the events in Safed is a complete fabrication. I don’t have the space to go into detail here on Stone’s reporting, but Frontpage readers would find it interesting that the lion of the old and new left, Izzy Stone, posthumously shows that the Palestinian nakba narrative is another big lie concocted to avoid having to own up to the failures and self-destructiveness of the Palestinians own leaders, from the days of Haj Amin al-Husseini to Mahmoud Abbas.

Let me just give you one little nugget from Stone’s 1948 reporting from Israel. In his book, This is Israel, Stone explained the Arab exodus as follows: “Ill-armed, outnumbered, however desperate their circumstances, the Jews stood fast. But the Palestinians ran away] First the wealthiest families went.  While the Arab guerrillas were moving in, the Arab civilian population was moving out.”

FP: Tell us about Haj Amin al-Husseini, his legacy and what lessons must be learned from his violence and hate.

Stern: The Grand Mufti of Palestine, Haj Amin al-Husseini, was the supreme political leader of the Palestinian people from the early 1920s until several years after the 1948 Arab-Israeli war. He was a Nazi, pure and simple. He spent the war years in Berlin and was the first non-German to whom Hitler revealed his plans for the Final Solution. Recent archival findings by three historians—Jeffrey Herf, Klaus-Michael Mallmann, and Martin Cuppers— provide the clearest picture to date of the fascist roots of violent twentieth-century Islamist movements, beginning with the World War II collaboration between the Nazis and Amin al-Husseini. The victorious Allies should have tried the mufti as a war criminal. Instead, he escaped to Egypt and formed a bloody-minded alliance with the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, Hassan al-Banna. Al-Banna welcomed Husseini to Egypt and called him “the hero who challenged an empire and fought Zionism with the help of Hitler and Germany. Germany and Hitler are gone but Amin al-Husseini will continue the struggle.” The Nazis had a plan (in which Husseini would play a key role) for the physical destruction of the Jewish community in Palestine after Rommel’s expected victory at El-Alamein. Rommel’s defeat aborted the plan, but al-Banna’s Muslim Brotherhood fought side by side with the mufti’s cadres in the 1948 Arab and Palestinian war against Israel with the same goal of destruction in mind. The Muslim Brotherhood is alive and well today, with hundreds of thousands of followers in many parts of the world and coming closer to power in Egypt. In Gaza, the movement is called Hamas, and its charter mimes the World War II symbiosis between Nazi eliminationist anti-Semitism and radical Islamism.

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  • http://thespiritofman.blogspot.com/ Winston

    a great interview

  • StephenD

    This was a great interview. Too bad it will do little good. The world has decided that Israel is at fault. Damn the facts, full speed ahead! It breaks my heart and I'm not even Jewish never mind Israeli. I can't stand the thought the entire world is duped with the lies. Or is it more like the convenience of the lie to justify their incorporate hatred for the Jews? It just doesn't make sense to me.
    Perhaps the world will see one day that buying into the lies have made them a partner with evil and the consequences are dire. I really hope for Israel and the Jewish people.

    • JonM

      This whole controversy can, and should be, seen on a higher level. According to an ancient book revered by Jews and Christians (the Bible), the real controversy is with the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and the God and Father of the Lord Jesus Christ. God has chosen the land of Israel and the people of Israel for a special purpose. All who oppose the God of the Bible, or either actively or apathetically, will not see nor understand what is happening. In the end God will be vindicated and His plan will come to pass. In the process the nations will be judged, man’s full wickedness will be exposed and judged and the introduction of the age of peace and blessing (the kingdom of God) will come. Check it out. It is all in the Bible.

  • GermanyWatch

    Interesting points. One important bit mssed though, is that the Nazi influence goes deeper than just Husseini. Post-war, Nazis were funding and training terrorists. The German liks to the middle east troubles, even in the latter part of the 20th century, are rather worrying.

    • MixMChess

      As the Washington Post reported, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem secretly imported former Nazi commando officers into Egypt to teach Yassir Arafat and other Arabs warfare and terrorism.

  • http://www.contextflexed.com Flipside

    Good to see the book is not inflammatory at all.

    • MixMChess

      Truth hurts huh?

      • http://www.contextflexed.com Flipside

        It does. That no one says “I hate Jews” and it necessitates a Jew to put the words “Jew” and “hatred” together to make a buck is a saddening, sensationalist, narcissistic, and painful truth. I am sure it hurts his credibility more than it hurts my feelings though.

        • MixMChess

          His book covers the topic of Palestinian antisemitism. Its no secret that Palestinians routinely malign Jews. Unless that part of the Hamas Charter that calls for the genocide of Jews really means that Palestinians love Jews and want to send them rainbows and unicorns? If you want inflammatory material just watch PA or Hamas TV.

          • http://www.contextflexed.com Flipside

            Antisemitism. I fail to see how the same word can be used to describe Mel Gibson's movie, as is used to describe Hamas, as is used to describe there not being a Matzo Ball section in the grocery store, as is used to describe The Final Solution.

  • Pierre

    Wow ! Nice propaganda !
    does people who believes this even exists?

    "I show that from the beginning of the conflict almost a century ago it was the Jews who were willing to compromise, to accept the so called “two state” solution, while the Palestinian leadership refused to even consider a sovereign Jewish state in the Muslim Middle East"

    Why would the palestinian accept to see their country cut in half (back then israel was only a little bit more than a half) and offered to foreign settlers? Because an influential and militarized country – England – said so? What is that for an argument?
    Be happy you managed to force them into renouncing to return to their home-towns for a big part of them.
    A one state solution would have solved the problem 60 years ago, with a democratic confessionalist system like they have in Lebanon. There for exemple, the president can ONLY be Christian , the prime minister can only be Muslim Sunnite while the parliament chief is Muslim Shia. There are quotas for ministers deputies and so on and so on.

    it revolts me to see that israelis think they have the right to bomb their neighbours and destroy ancient cities that are 3 thousand years old and clame off those who resists that they are terrorists. What would you do in the palestinian's place?
    Spoliatis Arma Supersunt
    it's latin, google it
    Sur ce, bonsoir les fanatiques.

    • ziontruth

      "Why would the palestinian accept to see their country cut in half (back then israel was only a little bit more than a half) and offered to foreign settlers?"

      Yes, it has always struck me that the true Palestinians, the Jews, accepted to see their country cut in half and offered to Arab settlers.

      "A one state solution would have solved the problem 60 years ago,…"

      The Arab imperialists didn't want a one-state solution 60-something years ago. That's the whole point. That's what the war of 1947–9 was all about.

      "…ith a democratic confessionalist system like they have in Lebanon."

      Oh. My. Gosh. Arguing the need for a Binational "Solution" in Israel from Lebanon, of all places?! Lebanon, that sterling artifact of the results of putting multiple ethnic groups under the same political roof?! Lebanon, the country devastated by a bloody civil war between those groups for fifteen years (1975–90)?! Next you'll be arguing the need for Communism from the examples of Stalin's Russia or Mugabe's Zimbabwe!

      I can't reply any further to this post here. The lack of examination on the poster's part just had me floored.

    • Jacques


      At the time there was no such thing as "Palestinians", just as there was no country of Palestine. Palestine was just a loosely-defined region. The United Nations was still a well-functioning organization and wisely decided on a reasonable and just solution in the two-state decision. In the apportioning of the former Ottoman territories, the Arabs, overwhelmingly, got the lion's share and any reasonable people would have been perfectly happy with that. Had the "Palestinians" – who were mostly Arabs from the surrounding countries, many attracted by the new economic dynamism and development brought about by the Jews – agreed on that solution, they could have created their own country. Notice that I have used the word "created". Conversely, they could have elected to stay in the newly-founded country of Israel and become full citizens, with democratic rights and advantages Arabs from the surrounding countries can only dream of.

      Instead, by blindly following the precepts of eternal Jew hatred that are part and parcel of their dominant Muslim faith and culture, they left their homes and rallied against the Jewish state, encouraged by the assurances of the surrounding Middle Eastern nations that they would exterminate the Jews and rid what they consider to be Islamiya of the newly-founded Hebrew state. Make no mistake, they will never accept any other "solution".

      In the wake of the creation of Israel, hundreds of thousands of Jewish residents from the surrounding Arab countries were killed, dispossessed or expelled and the refugees were absorbed by Israel. Since then, Israel can't afford to be complacent and is constantly at risk of being wiped off the map. All it takes is one defeat. Please take the time to learn the facts. The more you will know about the issue the more you will come to agree with what Stern said in the interview.

      En passant, la petite touche de latin faisait très classe; dommage qu'elle ait été suivie d'une insulte purement gratuite.

    • MixMChess

      "Why would the palestinian accept to see their country cut in half (back then israel was only a little bit more than a half) and offered to foreign settlers?"

      Huh? When was there ever a state of Palestine to "cut?" Recall, Jews had been returning to the area for over two millennia. The Jews returning in the 19th and 20th centuries were merely part of this age-old pattern. The land was never "Arab" and mots of the Arabs actually immigrated from Transjordan and other Arab countries because of the economic opportunities brought by the Jews. The League of Nations and the British actually gave most of the land to the Arabs anyhow – over 85% of the Jewish National Homeland is illegally occupied by Arabs.

      "Be happy you managed to force them into renouncing to return to their home-towns for a big part of them."

      Palestinians still claim a right of return which has no basis under international law. Since 1950, Israel has tried to repatriate any "refugee" Palestinians, but the Palestinians have consistently refused. They don't want compromise they want to steal Israel from its rightful owners.

      "A one state solution would have solved the problem 60 years ago, with a democratic confessionalist system like they have in Lebanon. There for exemple, the president can ONLY be Christian , the prime minister can only be Muslim Sunnite while the parliament chief is Muslim Shia. There are quotas for ministers deputies and so on and so on."

      In Lebanon the Christians have been ethnically cleansed. Yea, that system works GREAT. There are no legal, historic, geographic or moral grounds on which to advance a one state solution, which is simply a continuation of the Arab Wars against Israel through demographics. A one-state solution denies the rights of self-determination to both the Palestinian and Jewish national movements. In fact, over 75% of Palestinians and Israelis don't want a one-state solution.

      "it revolts me to see that israelis think they have the right to bomb their neighbours and destroy ancient cities that are 3 thousand years old and clame off those who resists that they are terrorists."

      Israel doesn't bomb its peaceful neighbors or destroy ancient cities. Israel only targets terrorist operatives. Israel has always protected ancient cities and historical sites. Only under Israeli rule have Christians, Muslims, and Jews been allowed to worship at their ancient religious sites. The Palestinians on the other hand routinely destroy any non-Muslim historical sites, just look at how they disgraced Rachel's Tomb and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

    • ObamaYoMoma

      Why would the palestinian accept to see their country cut in half (back then israel was only a little bit more than a half) and offered to foreign settlers?

      Uhm…what are you smoking? Have you ever heard of an event in history called WWI whereby the Ottoman Empire was defeated? How about the British Mandate…does that ring a bell? Indeed, how could there be a so-called Palestinian state, when the so-called Palestinian people weren't invented until 1964 in Moscow by the Soviet KGB as a disinformation campaign to dupe gullible useful idiots like you? Indeed, how ignorant of history and incredibly gullible at the same time can one single individual be?

      A one state solution would have solved the problem 60 years ago,

      Do me a favor Mr. One State Loon, please point to just one Islamic state anywhere in the world where Christians and all other non-Muslim unbelievers living in those countries aren't violently oppressed and systematically persecuted when not outright slaughtered altogether. You want to live in an Islamic state like a submissive dhimmi, then go ahead, but please don't assume that everyone else is as mentally handicapped as you are.

      A one state solution would have solved the problem 60 years ago, with a democratic confessionalist system like they have in Lebanon.

      Yeah right in recent years more than half of Lebanon's Christians have been forced to flee because of violent oppression and systematic persecution, and Lebanon isn't even an Islamic state yet, nevertheless, you advocate that hell for Jews. What did Jews ever do to you to make you hate them so much? I wouldn't wish a non-Muslim living under Muslim rule under any circumstances on anyone and not even my worse enemies.

      it revolts me to see that israelis think they have the right to bomb their neighbours and destroy ancient cities that are 3 thousand years old and clame off those who resists that they are terrorists.

      Uhm…I hate to rain on your mentally incompetent parade again, but Islam wasn't created by that shyster Muhammad until the 7th century and the Muslims didn't conquer the Jews and Christians that lived in what is Israel today until later on in the 7th century. So get out of here with that 3 thousand year old BS! Moreover, Israelis always retaliate only in self-defense. How mentally deficient and incredibly gullible can one single person be? Indeed, you are the epitome of a gullible useful idiot.

  • Mark

    The idea of a unique Palestinian state separating it from its Arab neighbors was rejected by Palestinian representatives. The First Congress of Muslim-Christian Associations (February 1919), which met for the purpose of selecting a Palestinian representative for the Paris Peace Conference, adopted the following resolution: "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."__The disparate peoples assumed and purported to be settled Arab indigenes, for a thousand years were in fact a heterogeneous community with no Palestinian identity and according to an official British historical analysis in 1920, no Arab identity either: The people west of the Jordan are not Arabs,only Arabic-speaking.. In the Gaza district they are mostly of Egyptian origin

  • Mark

    The first Palestinian nationalist organisations emerged at the end of the World War I after the defeat of the Ottoman Empire. Dominated by the Nashashibi family who militated for the promotion of a singular Arabic language,culture and Islamic laws for Syria and Palestine thereby excluding the non-muslim populace.

    The Palestinian National Charter was amended by the PLO's Palestine National Council in 1968,it redefined "Palestinians" as "those Arab nationals who, until 1947, resided in Palestine regardless of whether they were evicted from it or stayed there. Anyone born, after that date, of a Palestinian father – whether in Palestine or outside it – is also a Palestinian." Thus creating "Palestinian citizens " that had never been to Palestine .

    *Note that "Arab nationals" is not race,genetic or religious-specific, and it implicitly does not exclude the Christians, Samaritans, Druze and Jews of Palestine who were at that time Arabic-speakers and ancestral natives to the land.
    The Charter also states that "Palestine with the boundaries it had during the British Mandate, is an indivisible territorial unit."

  • Mark

    In 2009, at the request of the PLO, "Jordan revoked the citizenship of thousands of Palestinians to keep them from remaining permanently in the country."
    In Jordan there is no census data that outlines how many of the inhabitants of Jordan are Palestinians, estimates by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics cite a population range of 50% to 55%.

    From 1948 – 1970s, 800,000-1,000,000 Jews fled, or were expelled from their homes in Arab countries; 260,000 of them reached Israel between 1948 and 1951; and 600,000 by 1972.
    Many were required to sell their holdings to the state or abandon their property out of the countries they were fleeing.
    Jewish property seized in Arab countries would be valued at more than $100 billion.
    Jewish-owned real-estate left behind in Arab lands totaled more than 100,000 square kilometers -four times the size of Israel.

    Nazis fleeing arrest escaped to Egypt and lived under assumed Arabic names,many finding emploment with the MB.Mein Kampf has been a best selling book in Arab states for over 30 yrs.

    • UCSPanther

      As is some of the nastiest propaganda produced by Julius Streicher (Executed in 1945 by the Nuremburg Tribunal) and that still-popular hoax, the protocols of the Elders of Zion (Required reading for antisemites of all stripes)

  • Marty

    abbas is a liar and a terrorist in a suit. He is distinguishable from arafat only because he doesn't smell as badly. Even on their best day, the palestinians don't deserve a state. They only want one to make it easier for them to slaughter defenseless civilians in Israel. abbas will never renounce the genocidal agenda his regime wants to apply to Israelis. But, then, why should he? The thugocracy he leads receives constant diplomatic encouragement and financial aid from the anti-semitic governments in europe and elsewhere.

  • ziontruth

    The article/interview has a problem right from its very title:

    "A Century of Palestinian Rejectionism and Jew Hatred"

    A century ago, the Arabs in Palestine didn't see themselves as "Palestinians." No one did, because Palestine was a sub-sub-division in the Ottoman system of provinces. They could have seen themselves as Syrians, as they were in the province of Al Sham ("Greater Syria"), which consisted of present-day Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria until the British and the French split it between themselves after the First World War.

    However, even "Syrian" ("Shami") was mainly a geographical reference, much like "Ozarkian" in the U.S.A. The local Arab settlers in Palestine regarded themselves by tribal belonging first, then as part of the Arab nation—though Arab nationalism would only really resurge as a reaction to Western colonialism—and finally as part of the Islamic collective (for the Muslims among them, who were and still are the majority).

    The non-Jewish, Arab "Palestinian" nation narrative, despite being today trumpeted as a national identity that has always existed, emerged in the Arab world only after Israel's victory in the War of Independence (1947–9), and in the non-Arab world gained mainstream recognition only beginning in the 1960s. It was cooked up to serve, as it today most prominently does, the purpose of hiding the truth of the unjust imperialist ambition of the Arab/Muslim world to take away from the Jews their one and only rightfully held piece of land in the world. There still is no true Palestinian nation other than the Jewish nation.

  • Pathena

    Ziontruth is correct. The only "Palestinians" are the Jews. The name "Palestina" was given to Judea by the Roman Emperor Hadrian in 134 A.D. after he had defeated the last Jewish rebellion under Bar Kochba. He wanted to eradicate all memory of Judea and Judaism, he outlawed Judaism and renamed Jerusalem "Aelia Capitolina." Since then, "Palestine" was synonymous with "land of the Jews" and "Palestinian" with "Jew."
    The British Palestine Mandate after World War I was for Palestine as the homeland of the Jews.
    Calling Arabs "Palestinian" is the consequence of the propaganda and phony history of the Soviet Union and Egypt. The Soviet Union and Gamel Nasser, ruler of Egypt, met in Cairo in 1964 and established the "Palestine Liberation Organization."

  • g_jochnowitz

    The Palestinians could have an independent state tomorrow if they recognized the legitimacy of Israel as a Jewish state and if they agreed to give up most of East Jerusalem, where something like 400,000 Israeli Jews now live. If they did so, the world would shower them with money. But the Palestinians are totally selfless. They prefer "virtue" to independence and wealth. What is their idea of "virtue"? It is dying in a jihad while killing Jews.
    Hitler too was totally selfless. Had he acepted the existence of Jews, Germany would have been the first country in the world to have the atom bomb. Hitler, a great music lover, could have listened to the music of Mahler, which he almost certainly would have loved. admired the music of Bruckner, Wagner, and Richard Strauss. People who love those composers typically adore Mahler's music. But Hitler was committed to "virtue," which for him meant ridding the world of Jewish genes. Self-interest didn't matter.
    Anti-Semitism and its child, anti-Zionism, are always pointless and selfless–idiotic. http://www.jochnowitz.net/Essays/AntiSemitism.htm

  • ObamaYoMoma

    All Muslims are under holy obligation to fight jihad in the cause of Allah against non-Muslim unbelievers to make Islam supreme. Hence, Muslims can't make peace with the Jewish non-Muslim unbelievers in Israel or any other non-Muslim unbelievers anywhere else, for that matter, because that would be antithetical to their holy obligatory duty to make Islam supreme. Thus, the peace process which is a farce and the notion that Muslims will make peace with non-Muslim unbelievers is sheer lunacy, Muslims cannot make peace with Jewish unbelievers or any other non-Muslim unbelievers without at the same time committing blasphemy and apostasy, which are offenses in Islam punished under the pain of death.

    Connect the dots, Muslims are not only targeting Jewish unbelievers for conquest, but they are also targeting Hindu unbelievers in Kashmir, Jammu, and India, Buddhist unbelievers in Thailand, Christian unbelievers in the Philippines, Orthodox Christian and atheist unbelievers in Chechnya and Russia, Christian and animist unbelievers in Cote D'Ivoire, Nigeria, Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, etc., Orthodox Christian Serb unbelievers in Bosnia and Kosovo for conquest. Indeed, in all those places hot and cold jihad together with stealth and deceptive non-violent jihad employed to dupe gullible useful idiots is taking place relentlessly to make Islam supreme.

  • Amused

    It's all about unmitigated HATRED OF JEWS BY ARABS AND MUSLIMS , There , I said , it;s true , it can be prven and it's a matter of RECORD ,countless records , EASILY found in the public domain .
    Flipside would rather not hear those words for his own personal reasons . Jews werfe slaughtered in Tel Aviv , years before Statehood in '48 . Jews were sold land by Arabs in what was then called palestine . They were summarily killed and the land then resold to the "next JEW victim .
    Who in the hell cares if people [with blinders } LIKE FLIPSIDE ,and the critics [enemies ] of Israel sqwauk ? 360,000 or so ARABS , left Isreal in 1948 , ayt the behest of their ARAB brothers who warned them to leave lest they be slaughtered along with the JEWS , that the Five ARAB ARMIES would overwhelm and drive into the sea . They would return after the "slaughter of the JEWS was complete v. THIS IS A MATTER OF RECORD , it is HISTORY . Anything else is REVISIONIST ….PERIOD . keep your head in the sand Flipside .

  • Amused

    NOTHING has changed since then , except the RABID HATRED OF JEWS BY PALESTINIANS has intensified as subsequent generations are brainewashed starting at the age of FOUR ./ Armchair critics should shut their mouths unless they have been there . I have , no less than 11 times since 1966 .Before it's liberation in 1967 , The Western Wall in Jerusalem under Jordanian control was ,as a matter of open and purposefull disrespect and HATRED , was used as a dung heap . [ there is a public dump outside the city walls ,where for thousands of years , garbage and the like .was dumped and burned ] Your christian bible make analogous references to that place called Gehenna .

  • Amused

    Their very words and actions are PROOF- of JEW HATE

    "Peace for us means the destruction of Israel. We are preparing for
    all-out war, a war which will last for generations." –
    Yasser Arafat, former leader of the PLO.

    "We plan to eliminate the state of Israel and establish a purely
    Palestinian state. We will make life unbearable for Jews by
    psychological warfare and population explosion. We Palestinians will
    take over everything, including all of Jerusalem." – Yasser Arafat,
    former leader of the PLO.

  • Amused

    Their "state " , their ETHOS and PURPOSE is based in JEW HATE – Their LIES are more than obvious , they're IN YOUR FACE , as the Palestinian National Charter ,which still stands UNCHANGED ,clearly espouses .

    "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 Jerusalem.
    However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will
    not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan." – PLO executive
    committee member Zahir Muhsein, March 31, 1977, interview with the Dutch
    newspaper Trouw.

  • Amused

    Dhimmis of the world WAKE UP …..READ THEIR LIPS !

  • esperantominoria

    The part in the interview about the Grand Mufti's Judeophobia is absolutely true,and his alliance with Hitler.He was the supreme POLITICAL and RELIGIOUS leader of the Palestinians.The evidence is he knew about the Holocaust.Read the details here:

    Plus the Documentary about him called "The Turban and the Swastika"

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  • Anamah

    Palestinians are the rejected child of Arabs.They are rejected because their lack of culture and gross education. It seems after so many years of using to fight the image war Islamics feel ashamed of their progress and love for brutality and ignorance.