Archive for the 'Arab Refugees' Category

  1. Nakba Day Commemorates the Day the Arabs Failed to Vanquish and Exterminate the Jews of Palestine

    Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

    “Nakba Day commemorates the catastrophe (as the Palestinians have chosen to call it) when five Arab nations (Egypt, Trans Jordan, Syria, Saudi Arabia and Yemen) attacked outnumbered and outweaponed Israel on its first day of independence. Yet amazingly, and against all odds, the poorly armed Jewish Haganah emerged victorious.”

  2. Is Abbas a Partner for Peace?
    Is Netanyahu?

    Thursday, October 29th, 2009

    Baskin describes Abbas as a strong leader who has already “implemented almost all the Palestinians obligations under the road map while Israel has not implemented any.”

  3. Palestinian testimony: Arab leaders responsible for refugees

    Sunday, July 26th, 2009

    “In recent years, Palestinian leaders, writers and refugees have spoken out in the Palestinian media, blaming the Arab leadership for the creation of the Palestinian refugee problem. According to these accounts, and contrary to the Palestinian myth that hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were deported by Israel in 1948, the vast majority of the Arab exodus from Israel was voluntary, and the result of orders by the Arab leadership.”

  4. The Arab Refugees and the Missing Israeli Narrative

    Thursday, March 13th, 2008

    Here are 17 unimpeachable references from Arab sources which overwhelmingly support the Israeli narrative – that the Arab exodus was virtually entirely voluntary:

  5. The Arab Refugees. Who was Responsible?
    What is their Responsibility?

    Sunday, February 3rd, 2008

    “Haj Amin al-Husseini, the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, had been one of Hitler’s most enthusiastic collaborators. He had called his followers to a Jihad against the Jews in a 1943 broadcast from Radio Berlin during the height of the Holocaust: “Kill the Jews wherever you find them, this is pleasing to Allah.” Later al-Husseini declared that the Arab goal was “the elimination of the Jewish state.” “I declare a holy war, my Muslim brothers! Murder the Jews, murder them all”.

  6. “Refugees” and the
    “Right of Return”

    Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007

    “The Palestinians who upped to make way for the Arab armies which were going to make mincemeat of the Jews, are now demanding that all who wish to return should be allowed to because they have a “right of return”.

    “Baloney. That so called “right” is nothing more that a clever Palestinian PR ploy to use a Jewish concept to augment their argument, to make it kosher. It certainly is clever propaganda, but propaganda does not validate false historic claims.”

  7. Response to Prof. Naomi Chazan

    Thursday, April 26th, 2007

    “Allow me to wonder if she would continue to hold to the same strong logic expressed in her article if one of the released terrorists killed her husband and children (and others) who were enjoying afternoon coffee in a Jerusalem street cafe?”

  8. Why The “Right of Return” Is A Wrong

    Monday, April 3rd, 2006

    “Israel’s message to the Arab refugee community is that you are being deluded if you think we will pay you for your “catastrophic” failure to wipe us out. We owe you nothing. You are responsible for your own plight. But if anyone shares this responsibility the seven warring Arab states certainly do. They got you into this mess, they are responsible for the consequences. Collect from them.”

  9. The Arabs Fled in 1948 –
    Why Didn’t The Jews?

    Wednesday, March 8th, 2006

    “Theirs is the guilt: Egypt, Syria, Trans-Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Sudan and the Palestinians themselves. They caused the problem – they must solve it. They alone must bear the painful consequences of their malevolent, ill-fated plan.”

  10. They Have No Right of Return

    Thursday, May 1st, 2003

    “After 2,000 years of exile the Jews started returning home. Despite two millennia of persecution their nationhood and attachment to their homeland had remained intact. They were determined to hold on to their nascent state, achieved at last.

    “The Arabs fled because, unlike the Jews, they had no genuine attachment to the land. The majority had entered as work seekers and were in any event merely returning to the welcome bosom of their compatriots in the surrounding Arab countries.”