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It is time to evict all Arabs out of Israel those who create terror, violence, riot and attack Jews.

Reader comment on item: Poll: Palestinian Rejectionism is Weakening

Submitted by YJ Draiman (United States), Aug 7, 2017 at 13:23

It is time to evict all Arabs out of Israel those who create terror, violence, riot and attack Jews.

A Jewish person and any other person in Jerusalem and the rest of Greater Israel have the right to live and walk in his own country in peace and tranquility without fear or intimidation.

I suggest a massive demonstration by Israelis, demanding the government to restore peace without fear or intimidation at all costs. Ignore world opinion and the Media, they will criticize and defame Israel no matter what.
Eventually the world at large respects a government that protects its people.

According to International Law All Jews have the right to live in any area of the original 1920 Mandate for Palestine and its Agreement in San Remo, including the Feisal Weizmann Agreement of January 1919 and the terms adoption in perpetuity by the League of Nations.
It is interesting to note that the World at large is not questioning the State of Jordan and its territory, which was taken from the allocation to Jewish land. Jordan is a State that has never existed in history prior to WW1. But Israel that has existed on its land for over 3500 years which included The land Jordan occupies, they are questioning Israel's land. They do not mention that The Arabs ejected a million Jewish people and confiscated their homes and assets and that about 700,000 of them were settled in Israel's LIBERATED TERRITORY.
Arabs are the occupiers, they have 21 Arab States on 12 million sq. km. with a wealth of oil reserves that were granted to them after WW1 by the same powers that granted the State of Israel all of Palestine about 120,000 sq. km. The Arab countries expelled over a million Jewish families and confiscated all their assets, businesses, homes and over 120,000 sq. km. of Jewish owned Real estate valued in the trillions of dollars. Most of the million Jewish families were resettled in Israel..
There is no other term for Jewish villages and towns in Judea and Samaria and East Jerusalem than Liberated Jewish Territories.
To negate any claim of Arab ownership of the land, Read and study the Ottoman Empire land title. It states that approximately 96% of the land was owned by the government, some of it was leased to the Arab population as sharecroppers, not owners.
The balance 4% was owned by Arab land barons who sold the land at premium prices to the Jews.

Here is the incredible testimony of The Mufti of Jerusalem on January 12, 1937 when he documents in testimony for the British Peel Commission that the Jews did not steal land from the Arab Palestinians but by the year of 1920, the time of the "Occupation" meaning the British Palestine Mandate, the Jewish people had already purchased 1,500,000 dunams of land in the Land of Israel which is 375,000 acres.

The Mufti also testified that the land was not bought by "forcibly acquired-compulsory acquisition of land". That kind of ruling behavior was the action of the Ottoman rulers and not the Jews. Also the Mufti admitted that any evictions done were by absentee landlords who chose to sell "land over the heads of their tenants, who then were forcibly evicted", and that the majority of these tenants were not Palestinians but Lebanese.
It is a common practice by the Muslims to obfuscate, distort, outright fabrication and misrepresent facts to their benefit, it is even permitted under their religion, in order to accomplish their goals.

YJ Draiman


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