Who Were the 1948 Arab Refugees?

by Yoram Ettinger, June 6, 2016 3:50 am Contrary to conventional “wisdom,” most Arabs in British Mandate Palestine — and most of the 320,000 1948 Arab refugees — were migrant workers and descendants of the 1831-1947 Muslim immigrants from Egypt, the Sudan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya, North Africa, Bosnia, India, …

The Truth about “Palestine”, Israel and Middle East- must watch it!

Short, presentations by Pat Condell, highly educational – he nails it! – you cannot miss it!   Boo Hoo Palestine – YouTube https://youtu.be/XvTgqBluojM   Patronising The Palestinians https://youtu.be/TzCIckbZKUs   Israel And The United Nations https://youtu.be/GpXMe_R2BZk   Useful Idiots For Palestine https://youtu.be/LeGYAfh9A1k   Let’s Blame The Jews https://youtu.be/eIesXORjBps   The Great …

Preaching the gospel of liberalism to the Jordanian street

By Philippe Assouline, 31 December 2012 Mudar Zahran, one of the leaders of his country’s burgeoning Dignity Revolution, says spring is in the air. And, he claims, a post-Hashemite Jordan will have huge implications for the Palestinians, who may be forced to choose — Western-style secular democracy or a government …

Palestine: What if the Six-Day War never took place?

By: Dr. Martin Sherman Within the pre-1967 lines, long before today’s alleged “root causes of the conflict” (.i.e. “occupation” and “settlements”) were part of the discourse, much less facts on the ground, Israel was condemned as a colonial, fascist, expansionist power. If the “West Bank” was part of the “Hashemite …

The Jewish Claim to Jerusalem: The Case Under International Law

Sovereignty over the Old City of Jerusalem by Dr. Jacques Gauthier JACQUES PAUL GAUTHIER Canadian lawyer Jacques Paul Gauthier completed in 2007 a twenty-year project in which he researched at the University of Geneva political science department and International Law School, the legal issues relating to the ownership of Israel …

The Truth on Israel Palestine Conflict

The “Palestinians” say it themselves: “Between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese there are no differences. We are all part of ONE people, the Arab nation. Look, I have family members with Palestinian, Lebanese, Jordanian and Syrian citizenship. We are ONE people. Just for political reasons we carefully underwrite our Palestinian …