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The history of the Palestinian/Israeli conflict has its roots in the events that began during World War 1. At the turn of the twentieth century,
Although the Arabs rallied behind the infamous Lawrence of Arabia, fulfilling their part of the bargain, the British and the French repaid them with imperial plots that ran contrary to the letter and spirit of the promises made to the leaders of what came to be known as the 'Arab Revolt'. In the Sykes-Picot Agreement (1916), the British and French secretly agreed to colonize the Eastern Arab world after the war. Almost on a whim, the British also issued the Balfour Decleration of 1917.
The Balfour Declaration was an agreement between European and American Zionists and the British Government to create a 'Jewish' national home in
"His Majesty's Government views with favor the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people and will use their best endeavors to facilitate the achievement of this object: It being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country."
The 'existing non-Jewish communities in
In response to the revelation of these secret agreements, The Anglo-French allies gave the Sherif of
The end result of British promises and counter-promises was the implementation of the Sykes-Picot Agreement and the division of the Eastern Arab World into British and French Mandates. These mandates were given international sanction by the
Once the Sykes-Picot double cross was completed, the British moved on to another, more sinister, act of duplicity. Instead of preparing the natives of
To get an idea of the magnitude of this most heinous of British Colonial crimes, one only has to take a look at the demographics of the
During the period the
In November 1947, the United Nations General Assembly, made up mostly of European and Latin American countries, approved the partition of
The Partition Plan, although grossly unfair to the native Palestinian majority, contained many provisions to safeguard their rights. The text of the Partition Plan had provisions "Guaranteeing to all persons equal and non-discriminatory rights in civil, political, economic and religious matters and the enjoyment of human rights and fundamental freedoms, including freedom of religion, language, speech, publication, education, assembly and association". These were lofty words that the architects of the plan knew would not be honored by a Zionist movement determined to create a state as "Jewish as
The Partition Plan resolution had a whole chapter on religious and minority rights. The provisions of the plan included the following choice legalisms:
1. No discrimination of any kind shall be made between the inhabitants on the ground of race, religion, language or sex.
2. All persons within the jurisdiction of the State shall be intitled to equal protection of the laws
3. No expropriation of land owned by an Arab in the Jewish State (by a Jew in the
The provisions were principally directed at the government of the proposed Jewish State. Which was accorded 56% of the land area of
While the Partition Plan provided for all kind of legal protection for the native Palestinians, it did not provide any mechanism for enforcing these rights. Instead, it relied on the unlikely good will of the British and the Zionists. Not long after the Partition plan was adopted in 1947, the Zionists initiated a campaign of terror aimed at expelling the Arab inhabitants, confiscating their property and occupying as much of Palestine as they could before the British left.
The massacre of 250 men, women and children in the
Before the British left, the Zionists had already occupied territory reserved for the
One of the greatest canards that the Israelis disseminate is that the Palestinians fled of their own free will to make way for the invading Arab armies from neighboring states. By the time the Arab armies entered the fray on
Ben Gurion, a Polish immigrant and Israel's first Prime Minister, said of this offensive that was initiated six weeks before the British Mandate ended,
"As fighting spread, the Arab exodus was joined by Bedouin and Fellahin, but not the remotest Jewish homestead was abandoned and nothing a tottering administration (the British) could unkindly do, stopped us from reaching our goal of May 14, 1948, in a State made larger and more Jewish by the Haganah".
David Ben Gurion, Rebirth and Destiny of
Having achieved Ben Gurion's goals, the State of
The 'Shahak Report', written by Dr
From the birth of the state, the Israeli trademark has been to 'make facts on the ground'. The Shahak report details this process of manufacturing facts:
"To say that three quarters of a country was destroyed, and only a small fraction of its land left in the hands of its original inhabitants, is no figure of speech. For this is what happened. A largely non-native collection of people simply effaced 385 villages in order to establish a 'new' state. This was no land without people. Rather it was the case of a land,
"The pattern of destruction was chillingly radical. An Arab village would be invaded. Then every house, every garden wall, every cemetery and its tomb stones would be razed, literally to the ground."
"The truth about Arab settlements which used to exist in the area of the State of
"The significance of this increases when it is remembered that until late 1948, Arabs owned 93% of the
The end result of the Partition Plan and the horribly violent Zionist campaign that preceded the exit of the British was the creation of a nation of refugees. Israel disclaimed any responsibility for their flight, obstructed their right of return and passed laws to confiscate the properties that they left behind. The official Israeli attitude was that sooner or later the Palestinians would melt away and be absorbed into the surrounding Arab states.
Throughout the 1950s, the Israelis retained the hope that the Palestinians would simply vanish. But it was not just a random mass of individuals who fled the terror of 1948. It was a whole society. A common land and language, a common political fate and the cruelty of exile created a distinct Palestinian national identity. Although scattered, they survived as a nation.
Over 50 years later, many Israelis still cling to the false history that the Palestinians just 'up and moved' as a result of the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. The fringe Zionists still teach their children that the 'there was no such a thing as a Palestinian'.
This Israeli denial of culpability infuriates the Palestinians who have suffered the torments and turmoil of an undignified exile. Many still live in the very refugee camps their parents fled to in 1948. It is a rare Palestinian family that was left unmolested by the events that led to the creation of a 'Jewish' State on real estate that amounted to 78% of what was the British Mandate in
Israelis must abandon the mythology of Zionist history if they are ever to come to terms with the Palestinians. In
It is long past the hour for
An essential part of making peace in the
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
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