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Sunday, 17 November 2013

Palestine Is Still Bleeding

Palestine Series: 1/4
Due To Deception, Injustice, Conspiracy & Betrayal
By The World Powers,
Palestine Is Still Bleeding!
(Part 1 of 4)

Remembering 29th November, 1947, UN-Resolution 181

(By: M. Javed Naseem)

“No people anywhere in the world would accept
being expelled en masse from their own country;
how can anyone require the people of Palestine to
accept a punishment which nobody else would tolerate?”
(Bertrand Russell, British philosopher, historian,
mathematician, social reformer, 1970).

Everybody knows about the Palestine-Israel conflict and everybody talks about it. But does everybody really know the truth behind the conflict? Most of the young people (born after 1970) are not aware of the facts and the historical events behind this long and bloody conflict. Even the older generation does not know the whole truth. They follow whatever they are told to follow by the Zionist media in America, Britain and Europe. The other countries get their information from the Western media/agencies. Majority of the people don’t know that the Zionist media has its own agenda. As a matter of fact, the Zionist media is a party to the conflict.

For the education, emancipation and awareness of our younger generations, here is a brief (really brief) account of this long (very long) and over-stretched conflict of the modern history. I fear that very soon these facts would be removed from all websites and even the history books. While sifting through thousands of pages describing different aspect of the conflict, I have tried to bring you the summary of the important (but not all) historical events. I haven’t even touched the subject of atrocities, bloodshed, killing, bombing, shooting and burning the villages, the inhuman treatment of innocent children, women and the elderly – all unarmed and helpless in front of a professional army equipped with the most modern lethal weapons of our time.

"We shall endeavor to expel the poor population
[of Palestine] across the border unnoticed, procuring
employment for it in the transit countries, but denying
it any employment in our country”.
(Theodor Herzl, founder of political Zionism, 1860-1904,
from a Personal Diary entry 12th June 1895).

The Background:

Man happens to be very ungrateful to his Lord and despite God’s clear commands, easily makes friends with the Devil to spread corruption and mischief on earth. When the Jews of Bani Israel corrupted the Law of Moses (Torah), God sent Jesus and gave him the Gospel. The corrupt ‘holy men’ did not like it and they tried to kill Jesus. But Jesus was still able to spread the Message of Truth. When the clergy corrupted the Gospel, God sent Muhammad (s.a.w.) as the last Messenger and gave him the Message of Truth – the Holy Quran. The corrupt ‘holy people’ did not like it and tried to kill Muhammad (s.a.w.). A Jewish woman gave him poison in the food. But the Message had already spread, more profoundly than before. Islam spread like a wild-fire! The forces of evil joined hands to eradicate it since it was spreading its wings in (east) Europe.

Countries from Australia to America put their resources together to dismantle the Ottoman Empire which was posing a permanent danger to their existence. Zionists' "divide and rule" policy was in full swing in Arab emirates/states. After a couple of hundred years, they finally succeeded to break up the Ottoman (Muslim) Empire. The most obedient and loyal feudal (Muslim) families were rewarded for their contribution and cooperation with the British/Zionists -- one family received Jordan as a gift, the other Saudi Arabia.

When the Ottoman Empire joined the Central Powers in the First World War in April 1915, it threatened Britain's communications with India via the Suez Canal, besides other strategic interests of the allies. The conquest of Palestine became part of British strategies aimed at establishing a land bridge between the Mediterranean and the Persian Gulf. This would enable rapid deployment of troops to the Gulf, then the forward line of defense for British interests in India, and protect against invasion from the north by Russia. A land bridge was also an alternative to the Suez Canal.
The British defeated Ottoman Turkish forces in 1917 and occupied Ottoman Syria, which would later be divided into British Palestine, Trans-Jordan, French Syria and Lebanon.  The land remained under British military administration for the remainder of the war, and beyond. It was called the “British Mandate”.
Balfour Declaration:
The Balfour Declaration (dated 2nd November, 1917) was a letter from the United Kingdom's Foreign Secretary, Arthur James Balfour, to Baron Rothschild (Walter Rothschild), a leader of the British Jewish community, for transmission to the Zionist Federation of Great Britain and Ireland.
“His Majesty's government view with favor the establishment
in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will
use their best endeavors to facilitate the achievement of this
object, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done
which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing
non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and
political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country.”
The text of the letter was published in the press one week later, on 9th November, 1917. The "Balfour Declaration" was later incorporated into the Sevres peace treaty with the Ottoman Empire and the Mandate for Palestine. The original document is kept at the British Library.  
British Mandate For Palestine
The British Mandate for Palestine, or simply the Mandate for Palestine, was a legal commission for the administration of the territory that had formerly constituted the Ottoman Sanjaks of Nablus, Acre, the Southern portion of the Beirut Vilayet, and the Mutasarrifate of Jerusalem, prior to the Armistice of Mudros. The draft of the Mandate was formally confirmed by the Council of the League of Nations (the predecessor of the United Nations) on 24th July 1922. 
The mandate formalized British rule in the southern part of Ottoman Syria from 1923–1948. The mandate ended at midnight on 14th May 1948 (the day the creation of Israel was announced).
The formal objective of the Mandate system was to administer parts of the defunct Ottoman Empire, which had been in control of the Middle East since the 16th century, "until such time as they are able to stand alone." The mandate document formalized the division of Palestine, to include a national home for the Jewish people under direct British rule, and Trans-Jordan, an Emirate governed semi-autonomously from Britain under the rule of the Hashemite family.
Partition of Palestine:
UN-Resolution 181, 29th November, 1947

The United Nations Partition Plan for Palestine was a plan for the future government of Palestine. The Plan was described as a “Plan of Partition with Economic Union” which, after the termination of the British Mandate, would lead to the creation of independent Arab and Jewish States and the “Special International Regime” for the City of Jerusalem. On 29th November, 1947, the General Assembly adopted a resolution recommending the adoption and implementation of the Plan as Resolution 181(II).

The Plan was accepted by the Jewish Agency on behalf of the Jewish community, but rejected by Arab governments. Immediately after adoption of the Resolution by the General Assembly, the Civil War broke out. The Partition Plan was not implemented.


After World War II, despite pressure to allow the immigration of large numbers of Jewish Holocaust survivors to Palestine, the British maintained limits on Jewish immigration in line with the 1939 White Paper. The Jewish community rejected the restriction on immigration and also organized an armed resistance.  These and United States pressure to end the anti-immigration policy led to the establishment of the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry. In April 1946, the committee reached a unanimous decision. The Committee approved the American condition of the immediate acceptance of 100,000 Jewish refugees from Europe into Palestine. It also recommended that there be no Arab, and no Jewish State.
The US War Department had issued an earlier report which stated that an open-ended US troop commitment of 300,000 personnel would be necessary to assist the British government in maintaining order against an Arab revolt.

On 7th February 1947, Britain announced its intent to terminate the Mandate for Palestine. On 2nd April 1947, Britain formally asked the United Nations to make recommendations regarding the future government of Palestine. On 15th May 1947, the UN appointed the United Nations Special Committee On Palestine (UNSCOP), composed of representatives from eleven states. To make the committee more neutral, none of the Great Powers were represented. The UNSCOP spent three months conducting hearings and a general survey of the situation in Palestine. On 3rd September, 1947, the Committee reported his recommendations to the General Assembly. On 23rd September, 1947, the General Assembly established an ad hoc Committee on the Palestinian Question. The ad hoc committee made a number of boundary changes to the UNSCOP recommendations before they were voted on by the General Assembly.

On 29th November, 1947, the United Nations General Assembly voted 33 to 13, with 10 abstentions and 1 absent, in favor of the modified Partition Plan.
(The countries which felt that the resolution did injustice to the Palestinians with unfair distribution of land, and went out of the way in favoring the minority Jewish population, opposed the resolution. These were: Afghanistan, Cuba, Egypt, Greece, India, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkey and Yemen.)

With a few exceptions, the Arab leaders and governments rejected the plan of partition in the resolution and indicated that they would reject any other plan of partition.
Arabs have always reiterated that the plan was rejected because it was unfair. It gave the majority of the land (56%) to the Jews, who at that stage legally owned only 7% of it and remained a minority of the population.

There were also disproportionate allocations under the plan and the area under Jewish control contained 45% of the Palestinian population. The proposed Arab state was only given 44% of the land, much of which was unfit for agriculture. 
British Reaction:
In a British cabinet meeting at 4 December 1947, it was decided that the Mandate would end at midnight 14 May 1948, the complete withdrawal by 1 August 1948, and in a sop to the Arab, Britain would not enforce the UN partition plan. On 11 December 1947 Britain announced the Mandate would end at midnight 14 May 1948 and its sole task would be to complete withdrawal by 1 August 1948. During the period in which the British withdrawal was completed, Britain refused to share the administration of Palestine with a proposed UN transition regime, to allow the UN Palestine Commission to establish a presence in Palestine earlier than a fortnight before the end of the Mandate, to allow the creation of official Jewish and Arab militias or to assist in smoothly handing over territory or authority to any successor.

U.S. Reaction:

The United States declined to recognize the All-Palestine government in Gaza by explaining that it had accepted the UN Mediator's proposal. The Mediator had recommended that Palestine, as defined in the original Mandate including Trans-Jordan, might form a union. The partition plan was never fully implemented.
On May 14, 1948, the day on which the British Mandate over Palestine expired, the Jewish People’s Council gathered at the Tel Aviv Museum, and approved a proclamation, declaring "the establishment of a Jewish State in Eretz Israel, to be known as the State of Israel”. The 1948 Arab-Israeli War began with the intervention in Palestine by the Arab States on 15th May, 1948. adds:
The UN emissary, Count Folke Bernadotte (1895-1948) arrived in Palestine in May 1948 to mediate a cease fire. The recently proclaimed Israeli government consented to his appointment because, as president of the Swedish Red Cross, he saved 15,000 Jews from the Nazi Camps during WW2. Now, in Palestine, having witnessed the expulsion of the Palestinians from their homes and villages, he called for the unqualified return of all Palestinian refugees expelled as a result of the conflict. He declared:
“It would be an offence against the principles of elemental justice if these innocent victims of the conflict were denied the right to return to their homes, while Jewish immigrants flow into Palestine”.

For this, he was assassinated by Jewish underground terrorists, the Stern Gang headed by   Itzhak Shamir, on 17 September 1948, as his motorcade drove through Katamon, west of Jerusalem. Shamir later became Israel's Prime Minister in 1983 and also in 1988.

It was partly as a tribute to Count Bernadotte that the UN General Assembly issued its Resolution 194 on 11 December 1948 calling for:

1. Return of all expelled Palestinians (Art. 11)
2. Protection of, and free access to, the Holy Places (Art. 7)
3. Demilitarization and UN control over Jerusalem (Art. 8)
4. Free access to Jerusalem (Art. 9)

Only the day before, on 10th December, 1948, The UN published The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Article 13 of that Declaration states that every person has the right to return to his/her home. To prevent that person from returning, no matter what the reasons are for his/her exodus, is itself a war crime.

The Declaration of Independence By Israel:

Having carried out their massacres and having expelled over 725,000 Palestinians from their homes, and while the UN General Assembly was considering the Trusteeship Plan for Palestine, 37 Zionist leaders representing Zionist parties worldwide hurried to meet at 4:00 PM on Friday, May 14, at the Tel Aviv Museum on Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv to sign what they called a “Declaration of Independence”.

On May 14, 1948 (Britain’s Palestine Mandate ended at midnight), David Ben-Gurion, the head of the Jewish Agency, proclaimed the establishment of the State of Israel. U.S. President, Harry S. Truman, recognized the new nation on the same day. The Soviet Union followed suit, as if everything was pre-planned.
Their Declaration was dressed up with legal and civilized phrases to give it legitimacy. It said that the state of Israel will ensure complete equality of social and political rights to all its inhabitants irrespective of religion, race or sex; it will guarantee freedom of religion, conscience, language, education and culture; it will safeguard the Holy Places of all religions; and it will be faithful to the principles of the Charter of the United 

As Ben Gurion and his Zionist colleagues were issuing that declaration, their underground forces were sweeping the Land of Palestine conquering villages and expelling Palestinians from their homes. The previous Section of the website documents the massacres perpetrated by these gangs in pursuit of that goal. As they swept eastward, they penetrated 'The Corpus Separatum' UN Zone in defiance of UN Resolution 181 and attacked west Jerusalem which surrendered to them at 16:36 on Friday 28 May, 1948.

In 1948, Joseph Weitz , director of the Jewish National
Land Fund and head of the 3rd “Transfer Committee” stated:
“We must direct our war towards the removal of as many
Arabs as possible from boundaries of our state.”

It must not be forgotten that the crimes committed in Palestine and which paved the way for the creation of the so-called state of Israel, were the work of over 3000 Zionist and Israeli leaders since 1939. In the words of Dr. Issa Nakhleh, author of the massive 'Encylopedia of the Palestine Problem', "these Zionist and Israeli leaders were all members of the Hagana, Palmach, Irgun Z'vai Leumi, the Stern Gang, the Jewish Agency and the Jewish National Fund. Many of them became presidents, cabinet ministers, generals, officers of the armed forces...and occupied high positions in Israeli society. They are still at large enjoying the fruits of their crimes, and are referred to as heroes. Many of them are [today] being honored as heads of state, Prime Ministers, cabinet ministers, and scholars of an allegedly democratic state...The victims of their crimes are called terrorists, murderers and criminals, and the real terrorists and war criminals are being received as respectable representatives of a democratic society".

As these fateful events were engineered in such a relatively short span of time, culminating in one people expelling another and taking over their land, they exposed a well orchestrated and carefully executed Zionist project with the blessing and connivance of major world powers and a huge amount of financial muscle. The Holocaust tragedy was injected into this project to silence any opposition to its swift and perfect execution.

“In 1948 the Jewish militia became the Israeli army
but between the end of 1947 and the beginning of 1949
they destroyed close to 500 towns and villages and
exiled close to 800,000 Palestinians who to this day
are not permitted to return.”

By the time the Armistice Lines were drawn in 1949, approximately 20,770 square kilometers (of a total area of 26,990 square kilometers) of Mandated Palestine were occupied by the new Zionist State...
...until, of course, June 6, 1967, when Israel conquered all of historic Palestine.

From Wikipedia:
UN Resolution 181 As A Legal Basis For Palestine:
In 1988, the Palestine Liberation Organization published the Palestinian Declaration of Independence relying on Resolution 181, arguing that the resolution continues to provide international legitimacy for the right of the Palestinian people to sovereignty and national independence. A number of scholars have written in support of this view.
A General Assembly request for an advisory opinion, Resolution ES-10/14 (2004), specifically cited resolution 181(II) as a "relevant resolution", and asked the International Court of Justice (ICJ) what are the legal consequences of the relevant Security Council and General Assembly resolutions. Judge Koroma explained the majority opinion: "The Court has also held that the right of self-determination as an established and recognized right under international law applies to the territory and to the Palestinian people. Accordingly, the exercise of such right entitles the Palestinian people to a State of their own as originally envisaged in resolution 181 (II) and subsequently confirmed." In response, Prof. Paul De Waart said that the Court put the legality of the 1922 League of Nations Palestine Mandate and the 1947 UN Plan of Partition beyond doubt once and for all.
What’s The Game?

The game plan is very simple and brutal. Get rid of all Palestinian Arabs; drive them out of Israel (Palestine) or kill them using the pretext of ‘self-defense’; destroy their houses and take their land to establish Jewish settlements; deprive them of water, natural resources, agriculture, and even all civic rights; make prisoners of all able-bodied young men and use them as bargaining chips.

“The past trumps the present in Israel – a state that
wants to eliminate the existence of people who live on
their land to solidify the myth of a glorious past.”
-- Miko Peled (The General’s Son)

In 1948, Joseph Weitz , director of the Jewish National Land Fund and head of the 3rd “Transfer Committee” stated:
“We must direct our war towards the removal of as
many Arabs as possible from boundaries of our state.”

Miko Peled is the son of an Israeli Army General who played a big role in establishing Israel. When he realized that Zionists were fooling the whole world with lies, deception, false promises to gain time, and had no intention of giving the Palestinians any right to live in Palestine, he started talking. In his latest book “The General’s Son – Journey of an Israeli in Palestine”, Miko Peled exposed the Zionist regime’s designs. He talked about the whole situation in a speech. Let’s watch the video now!

The Video: Miko Peled’s speech:


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