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How did Israel become a country?

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posted on May, 10 2009 @ 10:08 AM
reply to post by wannadie?

First of all, the most horrific massacres of humanity was NOT at Sabra and Shatila. That is just a bunch of bull. There are only esitimates, but they only range from the hundres to the thousands. Seriously, think about the Great Purges by stalin, in which killed millions in iself. Think of the Holocaust. Excuse me, 6 million jews and 5 million gypsies and other "unwanted peoples" were exterminated in a course of 8 years.

"Palestine" the most famous country the doesnt exist has recieved the most foreign aid per capita than any other nation. And yet, where does it all go? Why are they people still living in such unhumane conditions? Well, lets see, after the the recent attacks on Gaza, Hamas, the terrorist organization bent on the destruction of israel, seized 100 trucks of food, medical supplies, and baisic necessities. The aid was given from Israel.

"In the mind of Zionists," that brings the question, are you yourself a Zionist? If not, how did you come up with that absurd statement? Also, Israel is NOT expanding its borders at the moment. They actually falling back, they gave up the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. Jews fought for that land, and yes they did displace a people group, but they have held that land for more than half a century.

I think the absurd statements are coming from you.

So what are you getting at? The extermination of thousands of Palestinian is not that bad?

"The 2006-2007 economic sanctions against the Palestinian National Authority were economic sanctions imposed by Israel and the Quartet on the Middle East against the Palestinian National Authority following the January 2006 legislative elections that democratically brought Hamas to power.[1]
The international sanctions directed at the Hamas lead Palestinian National Authority were terminated in June 2007 following the Battle of Gaza (2007), while at the same time a new more severe, primarily Israeli Blockade of the Gaza Strip was initiated.

The sanctions consist of (1) withholding of tax revenues collected in the Palestinian territories by Israel[2], (2) cutoff of international aid to the Palestinian National Authority from the Quartet countries, (3) restrictions by Israel of movement within the Palestinian territories and of goods moving in and out, and (4) U.S. banking restrictions."
(Source: wiki)

So what is this for most foreign aid per capita you are talking about?

"displace a people group" must rank as the most absurd statement here. The term to use is ethnic cleansing.

"The ethnic cleansing took place in three stages. The first one was from December 1947 until the end of the summer of 1948, when Palestinian villages along the coastal and inner plains were destroyed and their population evicted by force. The second stage took place in the autumn and winter of 1948/9 and included the Galilee and the Naqab (Negev).

The third phase was to extend beyond the war until 1954, when dozens of additional villages were destroyed and their residents expelled. Out of about 900,000 Palestinians living in the territories designated by the U.N. as a Jewish state, only 100,000 remained on or nearby their land and houses. Those who remained became the Palestinian minority in Israel. The rest were expelled or fled under threat of expulsion; a few thousand died in massacres."
(Source: State of Denial: Israel, 1948-2008 by: Ilan PapThe Link - Volume 41, Issue 2)

“The Israeli forces expelled the Palestinians from every village and town they occupied. In some cases, this expulsion was accompanied by massacres of civilians as was the case in Lydda, Ramleh, Dawimiyya, Sa’sa, Ein Zietun and other places. Expulsion also accompanied by rape, looting and confiscation”.
(Source:Jewish historian Ilan Pappe, in his book “The Link”)

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