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Letter to the Palestinians

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Submitted by Nenette Grunberg (United States), Jul 26, 2009 at 13:21

Thank you Mr Pipes. This is the most interesting reading in all the years I have been following your weblogs . There are actually two events that the Palestinians are overlooking.

1. The Israelis asked them not to leave but to stay and work together.The answer was " No " They listened to their Arab Brothers that the jews would be killed,defeated and they would get everything.

2. When the promised few weeks went by and the Arab Nations lost defeated by little Israel, the Palestinians were faced by a complete abandonment by their Arab Brothers . No place to turn to , no place to go to . The mighty Arab countries turned their backs on them.They let them live in tents outside of their borders with no right to enter these Arab countries.

3. For these readers who have no clue of how this Arabs came to be known as Palestinians here is a short history. The dream of the Jews living under antisemitism in the Eastern European countries was to go to the promised land . They called it Palestine. There were no Palestinian citizens. The Jews began to cultivate the promised land and hired the Atabs to help them . The Jews paid them. When the Promised Land was given to the Jews by a majority vote in the UN the Jews adopted the name of israel and suddenly these arabs took on the name of Palestinians,

As the Arab Nations kept losing to little Israel , the now Arabs known as Palestinians were actually being kicked around by their Arab brothers.They were not accepted into any Arab countries.and had to settle for tents. Then Palestinians got new leaders whose sole purpose was to fill their pockets and their bank accounts with monies given to help the quote unquote displaced Palestinans. It never ceases to amaze me that the world who financed these causes actually stood by watching the Palestinian leaders use these monies for their own personal gains.

My advice for the Palestinians is " Yes " for a country of your own but see who your enemies are and who will be your friends . . The surrounding Arab countries and your Leaders have never been your friends .They have proven this . They have used and abused your dilema for their own gain. Get rid of these terrorist groups that are also not working for you . They are paid to do a job and they also don't care . At the end they will also steal your little land from you and you will never be free to live in peace.

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