Sunday, March 22, 2015

It order to settle a dispute, it must settle both sides. Israels argument is much stronger.

It is interesting how people choose to ignore what is stated below.
It order to settle a dispute, it must settle both sides. Israels argument is much stronger.
Arab violence against Jews in Israel started in the 1600 Sefad riots and more.
Arabs expelled a million plus Jews from all their countries and confiscated their assets.
The forced Jewish exodus from Arab lands refers to the 20th century expulsion or mass departure of Jews (who have lived in those Arab countries for over 2,000 years), primarily of Sephardic and Mizrahi background, from Arab and Islamic countries. The forced migration started in the late 19th century, but accelerated after the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. According to official Arab statistics, over 989,000 Jews were forced out of their homes in Arab countries from 1948 until the early 1970’s. Some 650,000 resettled in Israel, The Arab governments confiscated their assets, businesses, home and Real estate estimated at 120,000 square kilometers - 46,000 sq, miles (5-6 times the size of the State of Israel). Valued today in the trillions of dollars.
Let the 21 Arab countries resettle the Arab Palestinians in the land they confiscated from the Jews which is 5-6 times the size of Israel. Provide them with funds they confiscated from the million Jewish people they expelled and let them build an economy, This will benefit both the Arab-Palestinians and the hosting countries, The other alternative is relocate the Arab-Palestinians to Jordan, (originally land allocated for the Jewish people) which is already 80% Arab-Palestinians, and give them funds to relocate and build an economy. This will solve the Arab-Palestinians refugee problem once and for all. It will also reduce hostility and strife in the region.
YJ Draiman
P.S. I have personal knowledge of the refugee issue in Palestine and it is interesting that many people criticize her finding and research. I concur with her findings based on actual personal knowledge, from people who lived in those days in Palestine and interviewed by me in the late 50's very early 60's

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