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Contents:-
 
How was Israel formed?
Notureikarta: the Jewish organization which wants to totally eliminate Israel and give all the land to the Palestinians!!!!
The Palestinian refugees: Why do they have to suffer?

54 years have passed and the Palestinian refugees are waiting for an untouchable dream. 54 years have passed and the Palestinian refugees are listening to infertile slogans from those leaders who have sold their cause. 54 years have passed and the Palestinian refugees are waiting in despair to come back to their homes.

Israeli book admit that their crimes were worse than the Nazis'! - find out:
bulletthe "Transfer" of 750,000 Palestineans by force
bulletIsraelis admit the murder, rape of unarmed men, women and children!
bulletthe babies of pregnant women killed before they come to life!
bulletsome sacrifices were committed by those who came from the Holocaust!
Book
Scenes from the Uprising by Noam Chomsky:
bulletthe American Jewish political philosopher describes what he has seen in the first Intifada (1987-1993)
bulletdiscover the methods used by Israeli soldiers to humiliate the Palestinians including forcing them to masturbate!!!
bulletChomsky criticizes the Jewish state and provides his own prospects of the Arab-Israeli conflict
 
Try to bring hope to the innocent victims at: www.rebuildinghomes.org  
Evidence of Israeli terrorism:
bulletsee pictures and photographs of brutal massacres committed by Israeli soldiers

Israeli policy: A Good Palestinian is a Dead Palestinian- read about:
bullet a list of Israeli crimes against Arabs
 
Israel and the United States: Pinky and the Brain- read about:
bullet why is the USA appeasing Israel
bullet what are America's benefit from the peace process
 
Israel and the United Nations: a long boring history-read about:
bullet the United Nations decisions ignored by Israel
 
Crimes against Egyptian prisoners:- read about:
Racism and mass homicide of the new Jewish Nazi regime!!!
bullet eyewitness accounts of Israeli and Egyptian soldiers and officers of war crimes committed against them
bullet facts and figures from the Israeli government
bullet Israelis admitting the murder of hundreds of Egyptians
bullet Israelis crushing prisoners with tanks until they die
bullet Israelis killing road workers who surrendered
 

 

 

 

Conclusion: Peace Process?  

 

Introduction

The beginning
bulletThe very first inhabitants of Palestine were the Canaanites who had urbanized the land more than 4000 years ago. The people whom we now call Palestinians are in fact the descendants of the Canaanites.
bullet Palestine had been occupied by many civilizations throughout history. One of these peoples were the Jews.
bullet Palestine was occupied by the Persians from the Jews in the 6th century BC. Since that date, religious Jews had always believed that one day they would return back and that they would welcome Messiah, who they believed would be a saviour from God.
bullet Some Jews remained in Palestine, others migrated to Europe, Africa and Asia.
bullet The Romans kicked out many Jews and treated them badly. The Arabs ruled Palestine after defeating the Romans and lived there for more than 1400 years.
bullet All western and eastern historians agree that the Jews were treated with equality with Muslims during the Arab rule of Palestine in the 7th century AD.

"The Muslim rulers did not force their religion on the Palestinians, and more than a century passed before the majority converted to Islam. The remaining Christians and Jews were considered "People of the Book." They were allowed autonomous control in their communities and guaranteed security and freedom of worship. Such tolerance (with few exceptions) was rare in the history of religion."

Written by a Jewish historian, Philip Peretz. Source: "Palestine" Microsoft(R) Encarta(R) 97 Encyclopedia. (c) 1993-1996 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

18th and 19th centuries
bullet Jews have always been badly treated by Europeans. There are two reasons for that. The first is that Christians believe that the Jews killed Jesus Christ (unlike Muslims who believe that Jesus Christ wasn't crucified). The other reason was that Jews were quite clever and cunning and they owned many shops and companies. Many Jews were rich, this made Europeans feel jealous. This anti-Jewish attitude is called anti-Semitism.
bullet The first Zionist movement was the Haskalah (Hebrew for enlightenment) during the 1700s. This movement was not religious. It wanted to give more equality to Jews in Europe.
bulletTheodor Herzl, a famous European Jewish writer, who is regarded as one of the greatest influences in the movement that led to the creation of the state of Israel, first believed that the gradual assimilation of Jews with Christians in Europe would solve anti-Semitism. In fact, Herzl used to despise his own Jewish people and was thinking of converting to Christianity.
bulletHowever, in 1894, Herzl saw the unfair and racist trial of a Jewish army of officer, Alfred Dreyfus. After that, the trial convinced him that the problem could be solved only if the Jews became a separate national group with sovereignty over their own territory.
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Although this solution to the problem of anti-Semitism had been previously suggested by other Jewish leaders, Herzl was the first to call for immediate political, internationally recognized action. To help implement his plan he called for a Zionist congress in 1897, which met in Basel, Switzerland.

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As a result of the congress, Palestine was chosen as the site of the future Jewish state because of its associations with Jewish history. The World Zionist Organization was also established to help lay the economic foundation for the proposed state.

bullet Soon other movements appeared. Most movements wanted Jews to have their own country and not just to live equally with Europeans.
bullet Nearly all Zionists insisted that their nation must be Palestine. Some just wanted in any country in the world, but they weren't popular.
bulletA group of rabbis (Jewish clergymen) were sent to Palestine and they sent a letter to Theodor Herzl telling him that the "bride is beautiful but she is married" (i.e. occupied by the Palestinian people).
bulletBecause Palestine was in the hands of the Turks, Herzl negotiated with Sultan Abd-al-Hamid, who was sympathetic with the Zionist cause. However, such negotiations had failed and Herzl died in 1904 before his dream could become true

World War I

bullet During World War I, the Turks were ruling Palestine. The British were fighting against Turkey. In 1915, they promised the Arabs independence in Palestine if they helped them to fight against the Turks.

Turkish railway line destroyed by Arabs.

"Subject to modifications, Great Britain is prepared to support the independence of the Arabs in all the regions demanded. On the other hand, it is understood that such European advisers as may be required will be British."

Sir Henry MacMahon to Sherif Huseein of Mecca
October, 1915
bullet In the following year, the British, French and Russians agreed to divide the Turkish Empire between them after the war. It was agreed that Russia would control Palestine.
bullet In 1917, the British Foreign Minister promised the Jews a "...national home..." in Palestine. This was done to gain support from the Jews in the war. This promise was written in the Balfour Declaration.

"His Majesty's Government view will favour the setting up in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people. It being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of the existing non-Jewish community in Palestine. I should be grateful if you would bring this Declaration to the knowledge of the Zionist Federation."

Balfour Declaration
1917
bullet After the war finished, the British won. Palestine wasn't given to Russia because the British and the French didn't like the new communist Russian government which was recently formed. The Jews didn't gain power in Palestine either. Even the Arabs didn't gain independence although they played a vital role to defeat the Turks.

Between WW1 and WW2

bullet During the Sevres Treaty between the Turks and the victors of WWI, Palestine became a British mandate. That meant that Britain would just look after Palestine. The League of Nations was supposed to make sure that the British pleased the Arabs in Palestine and not rule them. However, Britain was practically ruling Palestine and the Arabs were angry.
bullet Between WWI and WW2, Britain allowed huge numbers of Jews to migrate to Palestine.
bullet The Palestinians didn't like that. They thought that one day the Jews would control Palestine. Many fights began to occur between the Palestinians and the Jews.
bullet Jewish settlements began to increase against the will of the people who were living in Palestine. Many Jews began to migrate from Europe to Palestine feared by racist acts, especially from the nazis. The Palestinians had to give land away while the Europeans who had committed racist acts throughout history weren't punished.

After WW2
 

bullet After WW2, the world began to feel sorry for the Jews who were badly treated by Hitler in the Holocaust (it's believed that 6 million Jews were killed by Hitler).As Nazi forces conquered many of the countries of Europe during World War II (1939-1945), millions of Jews were rounded up and killed outright or imprisoned in concentration camps. By the end of the war, the Nazis had killed nearly six million Jewish men, women, and children. During the 1930s, countries like Luxembourg asked Britain and France if they could allow the Jews to migrate to their countries to get away from Hitler, but Britain and France refused.
bullet Britain found it difficult to rule a country with so many fights between the Arabs and Jews. It announced that it was willing to leave Palestine in 1947.
bullet The newly formed United Nations tried to solve the problem. It suggested to split Palestine equally between the Arabs and the Jews. The Arabs disagreed but the Jews were extremely happy.
bullet When Britain left Palestine on the 15th of May, 1947, the Jews announced the existence of the new state of Israel.
bullet Although the new state had more than half of Palestine, the United Nations agreed to recognize Israel in 1948.

Israeli Prime Ministers:

David Ben-Gurion 1948-1953 and 1955-1963
M. Begin Menachem Begin 1977-1983
Shimon Peres 1984-1986 and 1995-1996
Barak 1999-2001
A. Sharon Sharon 2001-?