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Why is the Palestinian-Israeli conflict almost unique?
« on: June 11, 2016, 05:56:49 AM »
I found the perfect comment to an Indian apologist regarding why the Arabs refused any agreement on establishing a Jewish homeland and why the Palestinian-Israeli conflict cannot be compared to Pakistan-India conflict or most other conflicts. Not even the European states would provide a homeland for Immigrants while they will hypocritically call for a Jewish homeland in the Middle East. Say some Immigrants Immigrated in larger numbers to Britain and believed they had an ancestry and would therefor want to establish a homeland while Britain was not sovereign would any Western organisation be willing to provide a homeland there for the Immigrants who weren't even born in the country? No.



Taken from the comment section of:

https://www.quora.com/Why-did-the-1947-UN-partition-of-Palestine-allocate-56-of-Palestine-for-a-Jewish-state-when-they-owned-just-6-of-the-land-and-formed-30-of-the-population-Was-this-the-reason-this-conflict-has-lasted-for-so-long/answer/Balaji-Viswanathan-2

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Re: Why is the Palestinian-Israeli conflict almost unique?
« Reply #1 on: June 11, 2016, 06:37:21 AM »
Even the land ownership of any ercentage is outrageou. So let's say that Europeans own 5 per cent of Spanish lands. ?Would th tentitle them to make an indepedent state for themselves in those lands? Of course not. Jewish new comers had not right whatsoever to establish a state in any part of Palestine.

In the Paletinian issues concur many outrages, each of them by itslef would be inadmissible in any court of intnernational law.

That it continues proves how false and shaytanic is the "civilised" stand of pretended civilised states.

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Re: Why is the Palestinian-Israeli conflict almost unique?
« Reply #2 on: June 11, 2016, 09:36:08 AM »
Pro-Israel apologists won't even mention this. Instead they will try to mention how Palestinians like Al-Husseini collabrated with Hitler (as a way to divert attention from their own stupidity) even though the British Empire was torturing and killing the population of Palestine. Many Palestinian Arabs were put in cage by the British Army in the boiling heat and left to die which is not suprising why many Palestinian nationalists (surprisingly it was not all though) tried to seek help from the enemy of the British Empire.



More of the crimes by the British 'Empire' against the Palestinian Arabs can be read in these links. Forcing a mass Immigration of European Jews was not only one of them:

https://twitter.com/crimesofbrits
https://crimesofbritain.com/

Don't forget that old UN maps shows that not only did Palestinian Arabs outnumber Jews in every city, but they also owned a lot more homes than Jews ever did. 

http://www.palestineremembered.com/ZionistFAQ.html