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Positions of leadership - the Koran and his examples to encounter enemies

Positions of leadership - the Koran and his examples to encounter enemies
 


Positions of leadership - the Koran and his examples to encounter enemies

The huge wave of Islamic awakening, which has recorded in a unique form of the Islamic world, is a vivid example of how people rise up in anger to protest against the oppressors, the dominate force their people to oppose.
Suppressors interfere in the whole life of the population, from politics to culture and Wirtschaft.Sie ​​evoke a sombre atmosphere, which is contrary to the inner Seelenurgrund of the people. If this inner nature of man finally wakes up, we meet its salutary effect. This shows itself first in the horror of the arrogant world powers and their vassals in the Middle East.

Some time ago, Ayatollah Khamenei, Supreme Leader of the Islamic Republic of Iran at a meeting with several Islamic thinkers, the 24th at the participated in international conference for Islamic unity, had called the current period of history as very significant as the political and revolutionary movements, if they are correctly identified and directed to solve the problems of the Islamic world. He also said that if these events are not properly used, could, however, added new problems. He stressed that create that the correct understanding of time and strengthen the faith of the population, the preservation of the unity and the fearlessness of the enemy and trust in God's help, the conditions for the success of Extraordinary million movement in the Islamic world.

Ayatollah Khamenei called in this context, examples from the early Islamic suitable as a model. He said that one can get into the details of what's happening in the early days of Islam to the present day.

The head of the Islamic Revolution pointed to the events in the history of Islam and said the firm belief in the divine help was a prerequisite for victory. He continued: "There are two types of people in the encounter with the enemy. Some say the sight of the enemy: God and His Prophet have made us only false promises and a few others that are devoted to God, saying: This is exactly what God and His Prophet promised us and God and his prophet have said the truth. "

(See Surah 33, verse 22)

These two groups, one weak in faith, and the other with an alert heart, there is always and everywhere. The encounter with enemies is a great test for all men and makes the degree of their faith and sincerity recognizable. Some people with weak character go under the pretext of the fight out of his way. As long as they adhere to the religion as they are safe and it is for their benefit. God has condemned such people at many Koran and described as weak. The other group consists of those who believe firmly and believe in the promises of God and trust in His help.

In the words of Ayatollah Khamenei, there are now some who fear the sight of the United States. They see their military power and diplomacy apparatus, its propaganda power and money and have to deal with fear. In the words of Ayatollah Khamenei, they say, "We can not do anything. Why should we waste our energy pointless? There are such people today and during our revolution, it has also given them. "

Ayatollah Khamenei said of the other group of people: "There are others who see the power of the enemy in comparison to the divine power, and find that they - the U.S. and other arrogant powers - are absolutely insignificant that they are nothing are. Furthermore, they consider the divine promises to be right and trust in them. This is important. God the Highest Habene has promised us (in Sura 22, verse 40): God is to those who help him (and defend his religion) can help. God is powerful and invincible. "

Ayatollah Khamenei said that arises from trust in God, the steadfastness and the further development, while the result of skepticism about God, to intimidate and surrender to the enemy out. He continues: "We (Iran) - has faith in God and God the Almighty treats us according to our confidence. In the course of about 30 years (after the victory of the revolution) we had many problems and we were able to overcome all victorious. "

The founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Imam Khomeini can be a good role model for a man of solid faith and trust in God. It based on the infinite power of God over the foreign-based regime of the Pahlavi and his foreign backers USA won. The Iranians have of her late revolutionary leader learned to trust in God, and learned not to fear before the enemy.

The Holy Koran warns people that they pay attention to the enemy and must remain vigilant. Therefore, the head of the Islamic Revolution in his meeting with the scholars from the Islamic world has said: "The most important problem in the Islamic world is the USA. The presence of the arrogant imperialists in the Islamic world, the Islamic identity and the national character of nations hurt the most. From the east of the Islamic world from Indonesia, Malaysia and India - to Africa: Everywhere it was the presence of the imperialists, which has weakened the nations. Today the U.S. is the wicked imperialist power. The presence of the U.S. is the biggest problem. This has to change something. The U.S. must be suppressed and weakened. Fortunately, they are already weakened. The United States today are no longer the United States, which they used to be 20 or 30 years. The United States have become very weak. This must remain so. You must not give up hope! "

Ayatollah Khamenei has reduced the specificity of the popular movement in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and other countries that the population has come to the scene and said that the victory will come guaranteed, even if that presence will be strengthened with the Islamic faith. He said: "The presence of millions of people is possible only through the inner faith. They should first come forth, remain second to achieve the result on the scene, and, third, protect the results. This requires the Islamic faith, religious faith. ... The French Revolution was a popular movement, and won, but the victory was not maintained ... We could get our revolution, by the blessing of faith, by the blessing of Islam, by the blessing that the spirit of the Koran to the body of this man and the hearts of these people was breathed. This is what can guarantee the survival of the movements and their persistence and victory. This is what must be done! "

The current developments in the Middle East will pave living by following the teachings of the Koran the way for the formation of an Islamic Middle East and this will change the international equations.

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Imagine, who have such exquisite taste to live in such opulence?.What does the UN?

 

Imagine, who have such exquisite taste to live in such opulence? Maybe an American billionaire? Or an Arab Prince, and Louis XIV of France?

 

Observe these pictures, then scroll down the page to see who is the owner of this exquisite piece of art.

 

 



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Esta mansión está en Harare y pertenece a:    
 

The  President of Zimbabwe  - Robert  Mugabe -

Mientras su pueblo muere de hambre, sin comida ni asistencia médica.
Y mientras a nosotros se nos pide ayudar a su pueblo una y otra vez, 

Él y su familia vive así...    Su AVARICIA está matando a su pueblo... 

 

This mansion is in Harare and belongs to:
 
The President of Zimbabwe - Robert Mugabe -
While his people starve without food or medical care.
And while we are asked to help his people again and again
He and his family live well ... Their greed is killing its people ...

  
 
 
 
Look at the people it is supposed that he is serving ... 
 
 



 








 

For evil to flourish, it only takes good people do nothing.

 

                             Edmund Burke



 

 

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Imagine, who have such exquisite taste to live in such opulence?.What does the UN?

Imagine, ¿Quién tendrá tan exquisito gusto para vivir en semejante opulencia?

¿Quizá un billonario americano? ¿O un Príncipe árabe, o Luis XIV de Francia?

Observe bien estos cuadros, luego recorra la página hacia abajo para ver quien es el dueño de esta "exquisita" obra de Arte.















Esta mansión está en Harare y pertenece a:

The President of Zimbabwe - Robert Mugabe -


Mientras su pueblo muere de hambre, sin comida ni asistencia médica.
Y mientras a nosotros se nos pide ayudar a su pueblo una y otra vez,
Él y su familia vive así... Su AVARICIA está matando a su pueblo...

Si manda esto a todos sus contactos, y ellos hacen lo propio; pronto el mundo entero sabrá lo que este hombre le está haciendo a su pueblo.


Miren los ciudadanos que se supone que él está sirviendo...








Para que la maldad florezca, sólo hace falta que la gente buena no haga nada.



Edmund Burke

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Demands for international action to stop Côte d'Ivoire "massacre".

Demands for international action to stop Côte d'Ivoire "massacre"

ICRC office in Guiglo, Côte d'Ivoire

ICRC office in Guiglo, Côte d'Ivoire

© ICRC/Saoure/afrol News

UN has failed to foresee the massacres that followed the conflicts in Black Africa in contrast to his "diligence " in Libya.

10 April - Calls are getting louder for international action to intervene in the fighting in Côte d'Ivoire, where urban warfare and ethnic cleansing is leading to thousands of deaths and immense numbers of displaced.

Mass killings and extreme violence are right now unfolding in Abidjan, the main Ivorian city. Côte d'Ivoire's civil war between forces supporting President-elect Alassane Ouattara and those loyal to Laurent Gbagbo has deteriorated into major urban warfare in the commercial capital.

In other parts of the country, particularly in the western city of Duékoué, where large-scale massacres have already occurred, the death toll could reach thousands within days. Ex-President Gbagbo has now called for full military mobilisation to protect his palace and other key installations as a last-stand effort.

According to analysts from the Brussels-based think-tank International Crisis Group (ICG), "the situation demands an immediate ceasefire by both parties to avoid further massive civilian casualties, and Gbagbo's acceptance of Ouattara as President."

The ICG agrees with other analysts that Mr Gbagbo, who lost the presidential election in November, "bears primary responsibility for bringing the country, and the West African region, to the abyss by not accepting the results of the polls and choosing to fight instead."

At the same time, muslims forces loyal to President-elect Ouattara, who have rapidly taken ground across Côte d'Ivoire in recent days amidst credible reports of atrocities, "must accept that their military campaign has to end now," according to the same analysts.

The ICG further calls for deepened international action. In particular, the UN mission (ONUCI) "must deploy all its available formed police units (FPUs) within Abidjan, as well as military troops, and reinforce its presence in the west of the country, particularly in and around Duékoué, Guiglo, Blolequin, Toulepleu and Daloa."

"Troop contributing countries should also accelerate deployment of soldiers up to their maximum mandated capacity of 11,000," the ICG urged. There are only 9,000 UN peacekeepers on the ground now.

The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the African Union were urged to "mobilise all international partners, including the EU and the US, to bolster ONUCI's efforts."

Meanwhile, Mr Ouattara, the Forces républicaines and its commanders, including Prime Minister Guillaume Soro and their regional sponsors, were asked to "take all measures to ensure respect for international humanitarian law."

"They should understand that international support for Mr Ouattara's election victory, and his legitimacy, will quickly evaporate if their military campaign becomes responsible for mass atrocity crimes," the ICG analysts warn the President-elect.

The situation in Côte d'Ivoire was described "as urgent as any facing the international community right now. The unthinkable is unfolding before our eyes, and in a region where the world has invested so much in peace and security in recent years. Action must be bold, effective and immediate," the ICG analysts urge.

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Ivory Coast: a tragedy ignored by UN.Yesterday the last masacre.

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Yesterday the last masacre.

Ivory Coast: a tragedy ignored by UN
Mateo Mathaus.Abidjam ,Monday ,10/05/2.001,06:37:23 am.

Situation in Abidjan is getting worse and worse as fighting continues in the capital and the habitants are facing starvation danger and the stat ...e of devastation, with more t ...han 1000 dead people since the end of last week.Meanwhile the massacres of thousands of Christians by Muslims continue to occur in the rest of the country but apparently not in Abidjan.
The streets are dangerous, but the habitants cannot barricade themselves at home when the basic supplies are vanishing. Public transports are not seen in the streets anymore, only pick-up trucks driven by pro-Ouattara soldiers.
Residents of Abidjan were willing for a quicker ending of the confrontation, but Laurent Gbagbo sticks to power as he cans and promises to fight until the last moment. There are already four months of the Ivorian Coast post-electoral crisis and still no indication of peace. However, the combat to control the country seems to be attaining a peak as forces devoted to the internationally recognised president, Alassane Ouattara, launched an attack of the presidential palace in Abidjan in a way to depose the current leader, Laurent Gbagbo.
It was expected that the presidential election in November 2010, the first in 10 years, would bring tranquility and unity. But Gbagbo’s refusal to step down despite demands of the international community brought a huge political confrontation and street violence as he counts with the support of the army.
On March 31 as opposition forces reached the borders of Abidjan. Mr. Gbagbo’s forces have moved from east to west and took tactical points for the cocoa trade in the region.
The International Crisis Group think-tank issued a statement yesterday defending that: "The death toll could reach thousands within days ... The situation in Cote d'Ivoire is as urgent as any facing the international community right now. The unthinkable is unfolding before our eyes."

In the end of Mars the TIME writed about about the dangerous situation but the NU dont make nothings.

Yesterday new slaughter in Ivory Coast

 Workers United Nations (UN) in Ivory Coast found the bodies of more than 100 victims of brutal killings, a discovery that threatens to undermine the fight the winner of presidential elections last November, Alassane Ouattara, to take control of the country.

The human rights office of the United Nations says 118 bodies found in the West in the last 24 hours, which are added to the 800 people reported killed last week by aid groups.

The slaughter coincided with the passage of the muslims forces of Ouattara, made ​​up of former rebels from the north on its way to the capital, Abidjan. Ouattara denied any link to his people to these acts.

Outgoing Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo, who refuses to recognize the triumph of Ouattara, supported by the international community, was isolated in a bunker surrounded by a military cordon after seeking refuge from the assault of the troops of his rival, earlier this week.

Now, Ouattara seems to have decided to surround Gbagbo at his residence in Abidjan, rather than move forward in their attempt to forcibly stated, and has focused on restoring normalcy in the city after weeks of fighting.

Gbagbo, "will not resign, he is resting in his presidential chair and not move, " he said yesterday his adviser Toussaint Alain, told a news conference in the French capital.


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European Union: "The game have changed".

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European Union:"The game have changed".

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Eurozone ship is on the course that was set for it: heading for the rocks ... Two events last week saw the crisis in the Eurozone deepen – the Portuguese bail-out and the ECB's interest rate increase. But much more is brewing. Everyone is now focused on government debt as the nub of the problem. And the numbers are shocking. – UK Telegraph

Dominant Social Theme: The EU will survive. These are merely trying times.

Free-Market Analysis: Two recent articles show the trouble the EU is in. Brussels' "happy talk" – sub dominant social themes engineered to give the impression that the EU can surmount the problem – are apparently not having the desired effect anymore. In this article we will explore why. It is a notable evolution in our view.

The Telegraph article above, entitled, "Eurozone ship is on the course that was set for it" is startling in terms of its blunt talk about the REAL state of the Union (seemingly unsalvageable). The other article in the Financial Times is just as negative in its own way. Together they constitute a surprising indictment of the EU and its prospects for survival. This is big news.

Let's start with the Telegraph article. It is written by Roger Bootle who is a managing director of Capital Economics and economic adviser to Deloitte. He's also something of an internationalist who doesn't much believe in gold and silver as money, according to back articles in his archive, and is even an unfortunate fan of an emergent Keynesian bancor (Lord help us). But on the issue of the euro and the EU, in this article anyway, he is positively ferocious.

Bootle claims the EU crisis is deepening and that both the Portuguese bail-out and the ECB's interest rate increase are tell-tale signs of the Eurozone's decline. It is the numbers that Bootle offers in this article that make it noteworthy. The debt of the Union's peripheral states is becoming unmanageable. Also three other factors.

Competitiveness is one, he suggests. German's labor costs have not risen the but labor costs in such countries as Greece, Spain and Portugal have positively soared; this makes it even more unlikely that the UE's weaker countries will benefit from the Union. Then there is the real estate market. The property bubble lifted housing prices into the stratosphere in numerous countries including Ireland and Spain and these prices still have not corrected, leaving an unresolved overhang that could last years. The third problem is the congenital weakness of Europe's big banks, ironically many of them in German, though also British and French. Germany as we reported previously, has not even bothered to recapitalize its banks; who knows, therefore, how seriously Germany is exposed to the EU's defaulting PIGS.

It is the debt issue that must be most discouraging to Brussels; and it is here that Bootle makes his strongest points. Bootle's conclusion: "The numbers are shocking. The debt to GDP ratio is over 140pc in Greece. Indeed, it is all but impossible for Greece to adjust through fiscal austerity. It is caught in a debt trap from which the only escapes are inflation (which is impossible if you are still in the euro), default, or being bailed out. As with most things ‘euro,' the bail-outs provided to Greece and Ireland – and now on offer to Portugal – aren't quite what they seem. They are high interest loans. If this is any sort of remedy, it is for a different malady."

There you have it. Greece is stuck. The last umpteen months have been nothing but a shadow play, meaning little and signifying less. The IMF austerity that has caused such misery, so much rioting and bloodshed, will not matter after all without a devaluation. The notion that Greece can pay down its accumulated debt by raising taxes and lowering government spending alone is not feasible. Either banks that bought Greek bonds will have to agree to lower the face value of those bonds or Greece will have to leave the euro in order to inflate. These are the options. The rest according to Bootle is mathematically impossible.

The Financial Times's article entitled, "Anger begins to infect Europe's prosperous core" is just as devastating in its own way, reporting on rising frustration in the more prosperous Northern half of the Union. The article points out that the EU is already readying an effort to "save Spain," the EU's fourth-largest economy, but that the real challenge may come from countries like Finland that may soon elect "the EU's first Eurosceptic prime minister."

According to the Financial Times, "Popular anger at bail-outs, austerity and general economic uncertainty has already toppled leaders on the Eurozone's periphery: first in Ireland, then Portugal and arguably Spain, where José Luis Zapatero has said he will not seek a third term as prime minister ... Mainstream parties are losing ground to populist outsiders playing on resentment and frustration triggered by austerity and falling living standards."

The article reminds us that France's Nicolas Sarkozy, a primary backer of the EU effort, is in electoral trouble. (This is understandable since several years ago the French voted against the now defunct EU Constitution.) Belgium, meanwhile, has not been able to form a government for nearly a year because of Flemish nationalist sentiment. The current Dutch government stays in power, according to the FT, only with the help of an anti-EU nationalist party. German nationalism – a source of much concern within Germany itself – may eventually impel centrist parties such as the liberal Free Democrats to take openly anti-EU positions. Germany's chancellor Angela Merkel is beginning to lose local elections regularly because of her pro-EU stances.

While Europe's nationalist parties have been painted as xenophobic and even racist in the past, the FT article claims that public frustration with an increasingly dysfunctional and costly EU is allowing them to reposition themselves as defenders of economic solvency and smaller government. By tapping into anti EU anger, nationalist parties discover issues that are at once more mainstream and less divisive.

In what must certainly be seen as a most shocking statement (for the FT anyway), the article suggests the following: "We are witnessing Europe's own Tea Party moment."

To see this in print in the FT is OUR shocking moment. In fact, we have long expected an EU "tea party" moment and considered it almost inevitable; but to have the language surface in a Financial Times article is truly surprising. Such a statement cries out for elaboration, which the FT declines to provide. Yet in a sense having such a point raised in the FT – one of the Anglo-American power-elite's most prominent mouthpieces – is of itself a "teachable moment" and may be seen as a kind of metaphorical turning point in the argument over the EU's survival.

We think we know why a Tea Party is erupting in Europe, of course. We've explained it many times. The truth-telling of the Internet itself is interacting with the ongoing financial crisis in predictable ways. Unlike past crises, in fact, the Anglo-American power elites have not been able to aim popular anger at private enterprise. The socialism and communism that the elites encouraged in the 20th century (in order to concentrate more power into their own hands) is not working very well now.

The anger instead, from what we can tell, is focused mostly where it should be – at the political and banking SYSTEM, not greedy individuals in private enterprise that make convenient, illusory scapegoats. This is surely a problem for the EU but even more of a problem for the power elite itself. It wasn't supposed to happen this way. The financial crisis – which Eurocrats foresaw for decades – was supposed to generate an ever-closer EU. (Out of chaos, order.)

But back to Bootle, who astonishingly acknowledges this sentiment outright: "Most of this mess was envisaged by the critics of monetary union when the single currency was established but the euro-elite just ploughed on. The single currency was going to bring convergence between member countries. In fact, several members have diverged." Bootle's conclusion: "Europe is headed for the rocks."

Bootle's unvarnished anti-EU verdict when combined with the FT's statement about a pan-European Tea Party mark an evolution of negative EU rhetoric. Recently, a feedbacker of ours claimed our articles had become seemingly more pessimistic about the idea of a general rollback of the nascent power elite one-world governance. We replied that we tried to be agnostic about elite prospects; our paradigm postulates a kind of war between the truth-telling of the Internet and elite fear-based promotions, but we didn't intend to choose sides (despite our obvious bias), but only report on the conflict.

Yet here we are! A teachable moment. Two articles in one day – one from an admittedly anti-EU paper but another in one of Europe's most prominent pro-EU publications – is the kind of watershed we look for. The conversation IS seemingly changing; and when it comes to the EU anyway the power elite is perhaps increasingly on the defensive. Long gone is the mindless mainstream tub-thumping for the EU, for expanded powers, for an ever "greater union." Current stance: gritted teeth, a fingernail-clutching death grip.

We continue to try to look at both sides. We've suggested that the powers-that-be are endlessly inventive. Perhaps the EU's unraveling can provide a further justification for a one-world currency. But when one considers what is taking place objectively, it likely makes no sense that the Anglo-American elites behind the EU (in our opinion) would want to tear down what has taken 50 years to build. Any EU retrenchment, any bank haircut, any sense that the austerity oppressing Southern Europe's downtrodden masses is unworkable, must be seen inevitability as a defeat for the EU project.

This is where the power elite is today. The Internet has revealed the elite's war against Western middle classes to too many people. As a result, money power has moved from stealth to strength. Elite promotions are to be implemented by brute force. The masses are to get the message that their enlightenment means nothing. The program is to continue.

And yet ... the trouble with this stance is that by emphasizing strength over stealth, the PE has upped the ante considerably. Now any setback, any defeat, is magnified. The Anglo-American elite cannot acknowledge losses. If one is to insist on the implacability of one's destiny and to show irredeemably that there is no escaping the onrushing new world order than one must not show weakness.

This is the reason we would argue that the Anglosphere elites bargained so long and so hard with tiny Iceland over a miserable US billion (pocket change to central bankers). This is the reason for the absurd bailouts of bankrupt EU countries (which are NOT bailouts, the Germans are told). This is the reason, even, that the tiny African country known as the Ivory Coast has blown up and landed on front pages. No one is to be immune from money power. Every economic and sociopolitical event is now an object lesson and meant to be a hard one.

Money power is DETERMINED not to show weakness. The very same day that Iceland voters (see DB's article yesterday) rejected reimbursing Britain and the Netherlands for banking losses, those two countries announced the intention to sue. Whether it actually happens is a tale yet to be told; but the rhetoric was immediate, furious and meant to send a message in our view similar to a certain historical personage's "immoveable rigor."

The subterranean conversation is obvious; one just has to listen to its heartbeat. The elite is keeping score because it knows you are too. It cannot show a single sign of weakness, or so it deems. The crimes are so extraordinary, the ambition so unfathomably arrogant, the stakes so impossibly high (and the revelations so out-of-control) that there is no room to back down and no place to go (as the Ivory Coast's embattled president Gbagbo said only last week, see other article this issue).

Conclusion: The elite is now in a place where ANY setback is considerable and illustrates to the millions who are awakened that its grip is slipping. Because the secrecy is gone, all the elite has left is an aura of desperately cultivated invincibility. This is the final weapon in its arsenal, but it is a much more difficult one to wield. It demands "immoveable rigor" and a determination not to give in no matter the forces arrayed against it. Yet we would argue on almost every front elite plans are crumbling or at least under attack. The 21st century is not the 20th. The game has changed, and we have long wondered how those impossibly wealthy banking families ensconced in the City of London would react to the results. Not well, it seems.

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TERRORISM: SILENCE, LIES AND MONEY

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Fact 1: Since the establishment of the State of Israel, is being committed, without compassion, a
genocide against Muslims and / or Arabs. Fact 2: The Middle East conflict between Israel and Arabs
as a whole and against the Palestinians in particular, is regarded as the central conflict in the world
today. Fact 3: According to surveys, conducted in the European Union, Israel holds first place
as "Danger to world peace." In Holland, for example, 74% of the population holds this point
view. Neither Iran nor North Korea. Israel.
By connecting these findings creates one of the biggest disappointments of modern times: Israel
regarded as the country responsible for every calamity, misfortune and hardship. It is dangerous for peace
world not only for the Arab or Muslim world.
How does the disappointment?
The finger is pointed cleverly. It is difficult to blame Israel for the genocide in Sudan or civil war
in Algeria. How do you do? Dozens of publications, articles, books, newspapers and websites are
dedicated to one purpose: to turn Israel into a state that ceaselessly perpetrates crimes
war. In Jakarta and in Khartoum they burn the Israeli flag and London, Oslo and Zurich, hate articles are
published, supporting the destruction of Israel.
Any request in Internet search, the words "genocide" against "Muslims", "Arabs" or
"Palestinians" in the context of "Zionists" or "Israel" will give us endless results. Even after filtering
the trash, we are left with millions of publications written in deadly seriousness.
This abundance brings results. It works like brainwashing. It is the accepted position, and not just a
fringe opinion. Just five years ago we witnessed an international show anti - Israeli Convention
Durban. Just two years ago we were shocked when a member of our Academia blamed Israel
of 'symbolic genocide' against the Palestinian people. Much Ado About Nothing. There are thousands of publications
blaming Israel of genocide and not in a "symbolic."
Under the umbrella of an academic or a journalist, now Israel is compared to a fucking Nazi past. In
conclusion, there are those who call to terminate the 'Zionist project. " And, in simpler words, and
Israel is a country that perpetrates so many war crimes and engages in ethnic cleansing and genocide, no
has the right to exist. This, for example, is the essence of an article by a Norwegian author Jostein Gaarder
(Author of "Sophie's World" / Sophie's World), which stated, inter alia: "We call on the murderers of
children by name. " The conclusion is that Israel has no right to exist.
The tragedy is that in Arab and Muslim countries, is happening a slaughter. A genocide protected
the silence of the world, a genocide protected by a disappointment, perhaps, is unprecedented in
history of humanity, a genocide that has no connection to Israel, Zionism and the Jews, genocide,
mainly Arabs and Muslims, in the hands of Arabs and Muslims.
It is a matter of opinion or viewpoint. Is the result of an objective examination, as precise as possible,
the number of victims of various wars and conflicts that have occurred since the establishment of the State
of Israel to the present, as an ongoing slaughter. In fact, it is, death on a massive scale.
Slaughter. Is the annihilation of villages and cities and whole populations. And the world remains
silence. Muslims are being abandoned. Are killed and the world remains silent. And
if you bother to open his mouth, does not complain about the murders. No complaint of those who perpetrate these
crimes against humanity. It complains about Israel.
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This great deception, that covers up the real facts, endures and even continues to grow for one reason:
the Western media and academics involved in it. In endless publications, books, newspapers and websites
Web, Israel is portrayed as a state that perpetrates "war crimes", "ethnic cleansing" and "murder
systematic. " Sometimes it's hot, sometimes accidentally, sometimes it is the result of hypocrisy
and double standards. Sometimes it's new and old anti-Semitism of the left and right, overt or covert. The
Most bloody smears are refuted, shortly after coming to light. The bloody
libel of modern times, against the State of Israel, continues to grow. Many Israelis and Jews
serve as accomplices to feed slander.
The Arab - Israeli conflict
Zionist settlement in this country, which began in the late nineteenth century, created a conflict between Jews and
Arab. The number of dead in various clashes, until the establishment of the State of Israel, not
was more than a few thousand, both Jews and Arabs. The majority of Arabs killed in those
years, they were in armed struggles between the Arabs themselves, such as during the days of the Great
Arab Revolt of 1936 to 1939. That was a sign of how things would be. Many others were
killed as a result of the heavy hand exerted by the British. Israel never did anything like that.
The War of Independence of Israel, also known as the War of '48, left between 5,000 to 15,000
dead, Palestinians and Arab citizens. In that war, as in any other war,
atrocities occurred. The attackers declared their goal, and if they had won, would have been a
mass extermination of Jews. For Israel, too, was savage acts, encouraged by groups
marginal. Less, much less, than in any other war in modern times. Much less
what is perpetrated every day, these same times, by Muslims, mainly against
Muslims in Sudan or Iraq.
The next event of importance was the Sinai War in 1956. About 1,650 Egyptians were
killed, some 1,000 in the hands of Israelis, and about 650 by the French and British forces.
Then came the Six Day War (1967). Estimated figures higher than 21,000 speak Arabic
dead on all three fronts: Egypt, Syria and Jordan.
Yom Kippur War (1973), resulted in 8,500 Arab dead, in two fronts: Egypt and Syria.
Then there were wars "smaller": the first Lebanon War, initially, was against the PLO
(Palestine Liberation Organization) and not against Lebanon. It was a war within a war.
Were the years of bloody civil war in Lebanon, a war to be discussed below. And so,
in the second Lebanon War, which were killed about 1,000 Lebanese.
Thousands of Palestinians were killed during the Israeli occupation in the territories, which began in the late
Six Day War. Most were killed during the two intifadas, the first, which began in 1987,
with a balance of 1,800 Palestinians killed, which began in 2000, with a score of 3,700
Palestinians killed. Between these two dates, there were more military actions that caused more victims
Arab fatal. If we exaggerate, we can say that it was more than a hundred were killed. Hundreds.
Not hundreds of thousands. Not millions.
The total count reaches about 60,000 Arabs killed in the framework of the Arab - Israeli conflict. Among them
only a few thousand Palestinians while it is for them, and only because of them that Israel is the target of hate
the world. Every Arab and Muslim death is regrettable. And it is right to criticize Israel. But criticism
obsessive and demonic emphasizes a much more startling: the silence of the world, or at least a
relative silence, against the systematic extermination of millions of others, perpetrated by regimes
Arabs and Muslims.
The price of the blood of Muslims
Henceforth, we must ask: How many Arabs and Muslims were killed during those
same years in other countries (for example, Russia or France) and many Arabs, Muslims and others, were
killed during those years by Arabs and Muslims? The information gathered here is based on several
research institutes, academic bodies, international organizations (such as Amnesty and
other institutions of Human Rights), UN and government representatives.
In many cases, different organizations have different and contradictory numbers. Sometimes
the differences reach hundreds of thousands and sometimes millions. Probably never know the
precise number. However, even the lowest agreed numbers, and present a breathtaking panorama
horrendous. In addition, time is too short to register bloody conflicts, even they are
covered in these lists, although they carry a higher balance of human victims around the price
blood in the Arab - Israeli conflict.
Algeria
A few years after the establishment of the State of Israel began another war of independence. In
This time it was Algeria against France, between the years 1954 to 1962. The number of casualties on the Muslim side
is a controversial issue. According to official sources in Algeria, over one million. Some institutes
Research in the West tend to accept that number. French sources tried in the past,
declare that it was only a quarter of a million Muslims, with 100,000 additional Muslims
who collaborated with the French. But those figures are seen as biased estimates and low.
Currently, there is no doubt that the French killed nearly 600,000 Muslims. And are the French
those who are constantly lecturing Israel, the Israel that throughout the history of their conflict with the Arabs
did not reach even a tenth of that number. Even at that time, according to assessments
more severe.
The slaughter in Algeria continues. During the 1991 elections the Islamic Salvation Front was elected
by voting. The election results were annulled by the military. Since that time, a
continuing civil war raging between the central government, supported by the army and Islamist movements. Of
According to various estimates figures, there was, so far, about 100,000 victims, mostly
innocent civilians. In almost all cases, it was horrific massacres of whole villages, women, children
and the elderly, a slaughter in the name of Islam
Sudan
A country torn by campaigns of destruction, almost all Arab - Muslim north, which
control the country, and south, with black people. Two civil wars occurred in this country and slaughter,
sponsored by the government, took place in recent years in the district of Darfur. Civil War
spread between the years 1955 to 1972. Moderate estimated figures speak of 500,000 victims. In
1983, began the second civil war. But it was not civil war but a systematic slaughter,
properly defined as "genocide." The aim was to Islamization, Arabization and mass deportation
that occasionally became killing-too-taking control of the giant fields
oil. We're talking about an estimated 1.9 million victims.
The division between Muslims and other victims is unclear. The great Noba district, populated by many
a black Muslim, received his share of horrors. The Muslims, who were black, were not granted
any favors. Since coming to power of radical Islam, under the spiritual guidance of Dr. Hassan Thorabi the
Algeria summary:
500,000 to 1,000,000 in the War of Independence;
100,000 in the Civil War in the '90s.
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the situation worsened. It is probably the worst series of crimes against humanity since the Second
World War. We're talking about ethnic cleansing, deportations, mass murder, slave trade,
force application of the laws of Islam, taking children to their parents and more. Million became
refugees. As far as we know, there are millions of publications about the "Right of Return"
Sudanese, and no petitions by intellectuals negating Sudan's right to exist.
Recent years have dealt with Darfur. Again Muslims (Arabs) are murdering Muslims
(Black) and pagans, and the numbers are unclear. Conservative estimates speak of about 200,000
victims and other, higher, say they are 600,000. No one knows how accurate. And the killing continues.
Through the atrocities in Sudan, the massacre was perpetrated mainly by the Arab Muslim regime
and that the vast majority of victims, if not all, are black, of all religions, including Muslims.
Afghanistan
This is a network that does not stop, of mass murder. The Soviet invasion, which began on December 24
1979 and ended on February 2, 1989, left about a million dead. Other estimates say
than 1,500,000 civilians killed and an additional 90,000 soldiers.
After the withdrawal of Soviet forces, Afghanistan went through a series of civil wars and conflicts
between supporters of the Soviets, the Mojahidin and the Taliban. Each group carried out a doctrine of
mass extermination of their opponents. The sum of fatalities in civil war until the invasion of
Coalition forces under American leadership (in 2001) is, around one million.
There are those who complain, and rightly so, of the carnage that took place as a result of coalition
offensive to topple the Taliban regime as part of an armed conflict against Al Qaeda. Well, the invasion
Afghanistan caused a relatively small number of deaths, less than 10,000. If it had not happened,
could have seen a continuation of the genocide self - inflicted, with an average of 100,000 victims
fatalities per year.
Somalia
Since 1977 this Muslim state in East Africa was involved in an endless civil war. The
estimated number of victims is closer to 550,000. It is Muslims killing mainly to
Muslims. UN attempts to intervene in order to keep the peace, finished
failure, as did later attempts by American forces.
Most of the victims died, not on battlefields, but as a result of a deliberate
starvation and killing of civilians in bombings aimed at civilians as a target (bombing
mass, district opponents, as the bombardment of Somaliland, which caused 50,000 deaths).
Summary of Sudan:
From 2,600,000 to 3,000,000.
Afghanistan Summary:
1,000,000 to 1,500,000, as a result of the Soviet invasion;
around one million in the civil war.
Somalia Summary: 400,000 to 500,000 victims in the civil war.
Bangladesh
This country aspired to gain independence from Pakistan. Pakistan reacted with a military invasion that caused
mass destruction. It was a war, it was a slaughter. Between one and two million were systematically
liquidated in 1971. Some researchers define the events of that year in Bangladesh, as one of the
three major genocides in history (after the Holocaust and genocide in Rwanda).
An investigation panel appointed by the government of Bangladesh, was 1,247,000 of fatalities,
as the result of systematic killing of civilians by the armed forces of Pakistan.
There are also numerous reports of "death squads" in which "Muslim soldiers were
sent to execute mass killings of Muslim farmers. "
The Pakistani army ceased after the intervention of India, which suffered from waves of refugees arriving,
per million from Bangladesh. At least 150,000 were killed in retaliation after
withdrawal of the army of Pakistan.
Indonesia
The largest Muslim state in the world competes with Bangladesh for the dubious title of "Most
slaughter since the Holocaust. " The killing began with a communist uprising in 1965. In this
case, there are different assessments (on the number of fatalities). The accepted estimate talks about
400,000 Indonesians killed between 1965 to 1966, though, should strictly refer to a number
higher.
The slaughter was perpetrated by the army, led by Hag'i Mohammed Suharto, who seized power in
country during the 32 years later. An investigator of those years, said that the person who was
by suppressing the rebellion, General Srv Adei, admitted: "We killed two million, not one million, and we
good job. " By this argument, we are left with the lowest, a more acceptable. "
In 1975, after the end of the mandate Portuguese, East Timor announced its independence. In the space of little
time, was invaded by Indonesia, which ruled the area until 1999. During those years, between 100,000 and
200,000 people were killed, along with the total destruction of infrastructure.
Iraq
Most of the destruction of the last two decades was by Saddam Hussein. This is another case of
a regime that killed millions. Incessant deaths. One of the highlights was during
the war between Iraq and Iran, a conflict on the Arab Chat river, the river that is created by the convergence of the rivers
Euphrates and Tigris. This was a conflict that led, by itself, to a large-scale destruction and murder
mass. Estimates range between 450,000 and 650,000 Iraqi and between 450,000 and 970,000 Iranians. Jews
Israelis and Zionists, to what is known, were not close.
Waves of purges, some politically motivated (opposition), some along ethnic (Kurdish minority) and
religious reasons (the government's Sunni minority against the Shiite majority), produced an astonishing number
victims. Estimates vary from one million, according to the report of Human Rights. Other
international organizations quote an assessment of half a million people dead.
In the years 1991 - 1992, there was an uprising in Iraq. There are conflicting assessments on the number of
victims. The figures vary between 40,000 to 200,000. In addition to the Iraqis killed must be added to
Kurds. During the reign of Saddam Hussein, between 200,000 and 300,000 Kurds were killed in a
genocide continued in the '80s and '90s.
Summary of Bangladesh:
Between 1,400,000 and 2,000,000.
Summary of Indonesia:
400,000 dead, with an additional between
100,000 and 200,000 in East Timor.
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Lebanon summary: 130,000
Over half a million more Iraqis died from diseases because of the shortage of medicines, result
of sanctions imposed after the Gulf War. Today it is clear that it was the continuation of
genocide perpetrated by Saddam on his own people. He could have taken drugs, had
enough money to buy food and build hospitals for all the children of Iraq, but Saddam
preferred to build palaces, distribute franchises in the West and Arab states. This issue is
exposing the corruption of the "Oil for Food" ("Oil for Food") of United Nations.
Iraqis continue to suffer. The civil war that is causing there today, even though some
prefer not to name and to the mutual slaughter of Sunnis and Shiites, has a cost of tens of thousands of
lives. It is estimated that about 100,000 people were killed since coalition forces took
control in Iraq.
Lebanon
The Lebanese civil war took place between 1975 and 1990. Israel was involved in certain stages, apart from
Lebanon War in 1982. There is no disagreement that a considerable part of the victims were
killed in the first two years.
Other reviews speak of more than 130,000 dead. Most were Lebanese killed by
other Lebanese, for fundamentalists, religious and ethnic groups, and in connection with the commitment of Syria. Syria
transferred its support between various parties in the conflict. The highest estimates claim that the activities
Israeli, caused the death of 18,000 people, most fighters.
Yemen
In the civil war that took place in Yemen from 1962 to 1970, with the participation of Egypt and Saudi
Arabia, between 100,000 to 150,000 Yemenis were killed and more than one thousand Egyptians and Saudis.
Egypt committed war crimes by incorporating the use of chemical warfare. Riots in Yemen from
1984 to 1986, killed thousands more.
Chechnya
Russia rejected calls for independence of the Chechen Republic, and this led to the first war,
between 1994 and 1996, which killed between 50,000 to 200,000 Chechens.
Russia paid little attention to this conflict, but failed miserably. This did not help Chechens
because, although they had gained autonomy, the republic was in ruins.
The second Chechen war began in 1999 and ended officially in 2001, but not really
ended, and the number of victims is estimated 30,000 to 100,000.
Summary of Iraq: From 1,540,000 to 2,000,000 victims.
Summary of Iran: From 450,000 to 970,000 victims.
Yemen summary: 100,000 to 150,000 fatalities.
Summary of Chechnya:
From 80,000 to 300,000 fatalities.
From Jordan to Zanzibar
In addition to the wars and massacres, there were also minor confrontations, which took the lives of thousands
and tens of thousands of Muslims and Arabs (killed) by Muslims and Arabs. These clashes are not
are even, taken into account in the tables on these pages, because they represent figures
small, relatively speaking, even if the numbers of those killed are much higher than
the victims of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Here are a few:
Jordan
1970-1971: Survey of Black September took place in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. The
King Hussein was out of proportion by the use of the country, the Palestinians, and its threat to take the
control. The confrontation, mainly a slaughter in the camps, took thousands of lives. Of
According to estimates given by the Palestinians themselves: from 10,000 to 25,000 victims. According to
other sources, a few thousand.
Chad
Half the population of Chad are Muslims: In various civil wars 30,000 civilians were killed.
Kosovo
Muslim in the main area of ​​Yugoslavia, about 10,000 were killed in the war, from 1998
2000.
Tajikistan
The civil war from 1992 to 1996, left nearly 50,000 dead.
Syria
The systematic persecution of Hafez Assad, belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood ended in the slaughter of
1982 in the city of Hama, costing the lives of 200,000 people.
Iran
Thousands were killed at the beginning of the Khomeini Revolution. The precise number is unknown, but
ranges between thousands and tens of thousands. The Kurds also suffered at the hands of Iran and about 10,000
were killed.
Turkey
About 20,000 Kurds were killed in Turkey as part of the conflict.
Zanzibar
In the early 60s the island was granted independence, but only for a short time. First,
Arabs were in power but a black group, made up mainly of Muslims, carried out
a massacre of the Arab group, also Muslim, in 1964. It is estimated that between 5,000 and 17,000 died.
This is not the end of the list. There were more conflicts with uncertain numbers of victims in the republics of the former
Soviet Union with Muslim majority populations (like the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia
Nagurno Karabakh), and a questionable number of Muslims killed in Africa, in countries whose populations
are mixed, such as Nigeria, Mauritania or Uganda (in the years of the reign of Idi Amin in Uganda, in
decade starting in 1971, about 300,000 Ugandans were killed. Amin was defined himself
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as a Muslim but, unlike Sudan, it is difficult to say that the background for the slaughter was Muslim
and certainly was not Arabic).
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict
A newly exposed everything, you can add this information, the vast majority of Arabs killed in
the framework of the Arab - Israeli, were killed as a result of wars instigated by the Arabs and
as a result of its refusal to recognize the UN decision, regarding the establishment of
State of Israel, or its refusal to recognize the Jewish right to self determination.
The number of Israelis killed by Arab aggression was relatively higher than the figures of the Arabs
dead. In the War of Independence, for example, more than 6,000 Israelis were killed between
population, then, was 600,000. This means one percent of the population. In
comparison, low-Arab war against Israel came from seven countries, whose populations already
We have tens of millions. Israel does not dream or think and do not want to destroy any Arab state. But
the intended target of the armed attackers, was "to liquidate the Jewish entity."
Obviously, in recent years, the Palestinian victims were most of the media attention
and academics. Indeed, they represent a small percentage of the total sum of all the victims. The
sum total of Palestinians killed by Israel in the territories conquered is several thousand. Died 1378
in the first Intifada, and 3,700 since the start of the second Intifada. This is less than, say,
Muslim victims massacred by former Syrian President Hafez Assad in Hama in 1982, unless
Palestinians massacred by King Hussein, in 1971, less than the number killed in a single
slaughter of Bosnian Muslims by Serbs (1991) in Srebrenica, which left 8,000 people.
Each person is deplorable finalized. But there is no greater slander to call Israel's actions,
"Genocide." And even the string "Israel" and "genocide" in the Google search engine leads to 13,600,000
references. Try typing 'Sudan' and 'genocide' and you will get less than 9 million results. These
numbers, if you will, are the essence of a great disappointment.
The occupation is not progressive, but not brutal
Another fact: Since the Second World War, the Israeli - Palestinian conflict is the one with less number
victims, but with the world's largest number of publications in the press and academia,
hostile to Israel.
At least half a million Algerians died during the French occupation. One million Afghans during
Soviet occupation. Millions of Muslims and Arabs were killed and massacred at the hands of
Muslims. But the whole world knows a man called Mohammed a-Dura (whose death was regrettable,
but it is doubtful if it was by Israeli gunfire.)
It is possible and acceptable to criticize Israel. But the rant over, obsessive and at times anti-Semitic serves
also, as a cover and in some cases, as an endorsement of the genocide of millions of others.
The occupation is not and can not be progressive. But if we try to create a scale of "brutal occupation"
Israel ranks last. This is a fact. There is an opinion.
And what would have happened to the Palestinians if, instead of being under Israeli occupation, had been under
Iraqi occupation? Or Sudan? Or even French or Soviet? It is highly probable that had
victims of genocide, at worst, and mass killings, purges and deportations, as
the best option.
But fortunately for them, are under Israeli occupation. And even if, I repeat, there is something like a
progressive occupation, and taking into account whether it is acceptable and possible, and sometimes necessary to criticize Israel,
there is no occupation and there was never with so few fatalities (indeed there is other damage, not
manifested in low numbers, such as the refugee problem. This will be discussed in a
separate chapter).
Television ethics
Why, then, the impression the world is directly the opposite?
How is it possible that there is no connection between the facts, figures and the demonic image of Israel as
in the world?
There are many answers. One is that western ethics became the moral of the television cameras.
If a Palestinian terrorist or a man of Hezbollah intends to launch a missile from inside a civilian neighborhood,
and Israel responded with fire "killing two children" will be endless headlines and articles in any
the world, saying "Israel kills children." But if entire villages are destroyed in Sudan or cities
complete are killed in Syria, there will be no television cameras in that area.
And so, according to television ethics, Jose Saramago and Harold Pinter signed a petition protesting the
"Genocide" and "war crimes" committed by Israel. Have not even read the Geneva Convention.
May not know that apart from a few exceptions, the actions of Israel against targets
civilians wounded soldiers are allowed under the Geneva Convention (Protocol 1 paragraph 52.2). And
because these people are so immersed in the ethics of television will not sign any petitions in protest
the genocide of Muslims by Muslims. The crime's sake. You have permission to do so.
Television ethics is a tragedy for the Arabs and Muslims themselves. Israel pays a high price. No
But Arabs and Muslims are its real victims. And while we continue the moral of the screen
blue, Arabs and Muslims will continue paying for the price.
There are those who argue that Arab and Muslim countries, are immune to criticism because they are not
democratic. But criticism of Israel, is more valuable because it has democratic pretensions. Claims
Orientalism like this are more serious. The assumption, disguised, is that Arabs and Muslims are
retarded child in the world. Are allowed. This is not just Orientalism. It is racism.
Arabs and Muslims are not children or retarded. Many Arabs and Muslims know and write
about it. They know that only an end to self - deception and will take responsibility to change. Know
that while the West, keep trying as irresponsible and inequitable, is lending a hand not
only a racist, but also and mainly to the continuity of mass murder.
Epilogue
The genocide that Israel is committing, which is completely libelous, hides the real genocide;
silenced genocide that Arabs and Muslims are mainly against themselves.
The libel must be stopped in order to see reality. This suits them to Arabs and Muslims. Israel
pays in image. Them with blood. If there is still some moral in the world, this should interest you
to anyone who is just a drop of ethics in its interior. And this should happen, will be small
news for Israel, and great news, much better news, for Arabs and Muslims.
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The first article that came with the release of Rosh Hashanah, dealing with the silence of the world from the
deaths perpetrated by Arabs and Muslims, specifically Arabs and Muslims. The silence of
world takes on a special dimension while communications and Western academia,
distributed millions of publications blaming Israel of genocide, genocide does not exist or ever existed.
The truth, as it exposes the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians led to mass casualty
being relatively similar to any other in the world.
This note will address the issue of refugees. It will also take into account facts in
proportion and relation to patterns of United Nations and the international community towards refugees
in general and Palestinians in particular.
We begin with a story, a story known and familiar. In a country noted, which was, once, in
Ottoman Empire, sat a Muslim minority. There was no significant bonding,
between majority and minority. They had both the minority and the majority, a sad story, which included attacks
mutual. At some stage, most of the Muslim minority forced to leave the country and emigrate to
a neighboring country, where the minority was the majority, from the religious, ethnic and national level. No, we are
talking about Israel or the Palestinians. It is the story of the Muslim minority in Bulgaria. And this does not happen
200 years. This happened less than 20 years, late 80s, 300,000 Muslims were forced to
leave Bulgaria. It was a transfer under pressure. And if not heard of the "Law of Return", and
on thousands of agencies dealing with "refugees" Bulgarian and also on thousands of golf
refugees and publications is only one reason: they are not Palestinians. Because, as the Turks, there are dozens
groups, numbering in the millions - many millions - who were forced to leave their country of
birth, after political changes and borders.
Once, the mass changes were considered, and even today in the eyes of many, an effective solution
for religious or ethnic conflict, among different populations.
Less than 100 years ago, Fridtjof Nansen - Norwegian geographer - sought and found a solution to difficult conflict
between Turkey and Greece. Proposed, organized and conducted a transfer program, with international support
won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1930.
There is no support in this transfer itself. Today we face another reality. Morality
international, too, is a matter of time, context and circumstance. Not every good solution in
biblical period, it can work today. Support for the transfer is not on the list of options for
Nobel Peace Prize.
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October 26, 2006
The world is full of communities, in their entirety, were forced to leave their countries or
provinces to other areas. But for some reason the Palestinian refugees have the privilege
have an international recognition. What happened and why us?
This is the second article of the series of Ben Dror Iemini.
In general, the refugee, the individual - and not his family - is that considered a refugee.
Fewer, still, in future generations. With the Palestinians this situation is reversed. Being a refugee is
becomes a matter of genetics, a matter of generations, even when their children
and children's children, have never even seen Palestine and, having amassed wealth, as
Bill Gates, retain their refugee status.
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The world is full of communities that were forced to leave their countries or regions to
new places. If we define, with the accepted concepts regarding the Palestinians - both
its definition as refugees, as in international relations and in the many organizations that exist
to defend them - would be facing a world war of all against all.
Millions of Hindus, should return to Pakistan. Tens of millions of Muslims would return to India.
The Balkans would be forced to be nomads, a situation which, of course, would bring a new mix
populations and, therefore, new and countless conflicts. No one today would think such a thing. No
think that Muslims must return to Greece or Bulgaria, or the Christians in Turkey, or German
Czechoslovakia and we could continue with a very long list. If we sum up "the Right of Return"
many countries would collapse and go into an era of endless bloodshed.
Fortunately, our planet is sensible. Does not require a blood bath that divide and destroy the country. The
world is sane until it reaches the Palestinians. Then, out of joint. Black is white and white is
black. Everything is right with regard to any conflict in the world, is reversed when it comes to
a small land of God, very small, the land of Jews. And suddenly, what was right about
Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece, Czechoslovakia, India and Pakistan and dozens of other countries, it is not about
Israel. His position was analyzed with different criteria. Reverse. Here again, a chorus of organisms
international deal only with one thing: the propaganda that encircles the world, which enhances the problem
Palestinian and eternal. In many organizations, the trend is still clearer: coercion
Israel, only on Israel, is a type of solution, "The Right of Return" is called, which will undoubtedly further stoke the fire.
There are those who support this solution, from innocence and ignorance. But others support it because its goal
not order or fix, but fire. Or as Sahar Habash, one of Arafat's advisers: "The
"Right of Return" is the trump card, which means liquidating Israel. "
No talk here of the uniqueness of peoples throughout history. We do not require the Arabs - that
invaded Asia, Africa and Europe, returning to the birthplace, and will not ask the white conquerors
of America to return to Europe, though, not only conquered, took and violated land they do not
it belonged, during the conquest, committed crimes against humanity.
Review only those massive population changes, developments since the early twentieth century. Nor
We will consider all cases, only those that bear some similarity to the changes
population, between Israel and neighboring Arab countries, changes that had everything: expulsion and flight, not
by desire of both parties.
Who is a refugee?
Between 600 and 800 thousand Arabs fled Israel going to neighboring countries. A similar number of Jews
left Arab countries, reaching Israel. This happened as part of a global process - tens
of cases in which population changes were from the creation of national states
- In countries with particular religious and ethnic characteristics. Millions took part in these movements
mass. And none was considered a refugee. Nor those who came to Israel. But this title is it
reserved solely and exclusively, to Palestinian refugees.
The double standard starts, but does not end with the fact that there are two bodies responsible for
refugees. The first deals with all the world's refugees UNHCR (United Nations High Comissiona
for Refugees) and the second, UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency), whose area is only,
Palestinians from a UN decision. While the goal is to help the first organism
refugees to start a new life, the goal of one is reversed: to perpetuate their situation. Hundreds of
million refugees left and not through aid programs of the UN. Not one of the
Palestinian refugees left this definition. On the contrary, each year increasing its quantity.
The definition of "refugee" includes differences. When talking about the Palestinians, concerns
persons whose place of residence was Palestine between June 1946 and May 1948. It is sarcastic
definition lies in the fact that everyone who came to Palestine as early immigrant labor
1946, will automatically fall within the definition of Palestinian refugees, even for an Egyptian
Syrian, Jordanian, and Lebanese. A stay of only two years in Palestine gives the right to be included
on permanent lists of UNRWA. Not so in the case of another common refuge, which must demonstrate
- With their situation-specific requirements to receive assistance from UNHCR.
And that's not all. According to the UN general definition, one that has already adapted to another country,
becoming an active citizen, not a refugee. In Jordan there are hundreds of thousands of Palestinians
who received citizenship. Some people can access government positions but either in Lebanon but
according to a definition of striking United Nations are still perceived refugees.
There is another important and central difference. Common among the refugees, only considered the individual not
members of his family, let alone future generations. Among Palestinians, the question is to
Conversely, it becomes genetic. A generational issue. Even when the children and children's children never saw
Palestine and, despite being as rich as Bill Gates, are still refugees. Under the protection of Nations
Together, the "Palestinian problem" has eternity, even in this strange definition and permanence of
concept. So is growing year by year, the number of refugees. This will raise a monster with a
single goal: creating a problem that prevents the solution of the conflict.
In those years, and according to any international standard, the "Palestinian refugee problem"
concluded at the very moment it began: the number of Palestinians who left Israel is similar,
or almost identical to that of Jews who came from Arab countries. Israel was not the only place
populations changed after religious or national conflicts. Elsewhere in the world, the thing
had already ended. But not here. This double standard works. To understand how much of manipulation
political, historical and international we then research on processes and population changes.
Movement in the Balkans
The Balkans was the broader focus in regard to mass population movements, expulsion,
mass transfer and fled after the war, over the last hundred years, since the first
Balkan War (1912), with which did not end the massive movement of population. Took
part in such movements between seven and ten million people. Not analyze all but a few.
The first wave began in 1915, after the First Balkan War, which resulted in the mobilization,
from their places of residence, about, 200,000 Turks who went to Turkey, 150,000 Greeks
who returned to Greece and 250,000 Bulgarians who returned to Bulgaria.
The First World War created an essential move. 750 000 Serbs were forced to leave
their homes, some 250 000 were used, coercively, as a labor force in Bulgaria and Hungary. Other
were killed during the forced march to the Adriatic. After the war, 300,000 were forced to
return to Bulgaria, from territories that had been under his control, from before the war. About
200 thousand Hungarians left Transylvania and moved to Hungary. A similar number of Hungarians left
territories of Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia.
The '20s brought a new wave, more specific to our business. A great movement had the
acceptance of Turkey, Greece and Bulgaria, to the Lausanne Agreement (1923). This trend continued for
a million and half a million Christians from Turkey to Greece, 500 000 Muslims from Greece to Turkey
80 000 Bulgarians in Greece. Note that were not "transferred" all Christians to Greece, or all
Muslims to Turkey. The stated purpose of the transfers was the creation of a religious basis
homogeneous In 1930, upon completion of the transfer, was awarded to Fridtjof Nansen, the mastermind and director of
project, the Nobel Peace Prize.
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Events, before and during, World War II once again triggered significant movements.
The most important was the flight of hundreds of thousands of Serbs from Croatia, and that his government had become
pro - Nazi administration of Transylvania, which was taken over by Hungary, which generated 200 thousand Romanians
leave Romania.
The other big wave came in the '90s, with the division of Yugoslavia after Tito's death. A
quarter of a million Serbs were expelled from the territories, in the hands of the Croats in 1995, after
the war with Serbia. There is an agreement of principles with respect to their return and, according to various reports
United Nations, it is completing the process, which had great obstacles by Croats
(Those who return face discrimination, are taken home, work, and there are no cases
cons). Beyond the legal guidelines that allow the Serbs get their houses in reality are
few cases where this becomes a reality and legal rights are respected. There are decisions of courts
Croats, Serbs hold that hinder the realization. Many Serbs, returning, waive and
go to other sectors of the former Yugoslavia.
Needless to note that the level of aggression between Serbs and Croats, is far from the onslaught from
Israelis and Palestinians. The dream of the Serbs and Croatia is not to destroy, either, there are years of washing
brain, religious nationalism that calls for the liquidation of the Croat entity. Even in this situation, living
Today, in Croatia, about 200 thousand Serbs, in a state of 4.4 million. A return of all, impossible
fruition, not of a demographic threat to Croatia. The idea of ​​homogenizing, national or
religiously, will be preserved in spite of everything.
The observation of Western newspapers of that time shows an acceptance of the transfer made
by Croats and displayed to some support. That was the policy, almost official, The New York Times.
Kosovo:
Most returned, with the NATO military intervention. Before they had left almost 150 thousand Serbs from the area
Albania. A similar number of Serbs left Kosovo after the war, fearing Albanian vengeance.
Hundreds of thousands in other regions in conflict, lost their homes and were pressured to abandon their
living spaces, within the country (especially in Bosnia-Herzegovina). The exact numbers
known. For example, the number of Croats - expelled by Serbian forces in the process
war - outside the boundaries of Serbia, is seen in about 170 thousand. Clearly, the community
international, had no alternative but to population movements to prevent further explosions.
Sometimes referred to ethnic cleansing, sometimes used the term genocide (defined as a transfer
murder, carried out by the Turks against the Armenians) and sometimes, as in the case of Nansen, the transfer
from an agreement. The common denominator was the intention of creating an ethnic or religious homogeneity.
Anyway, except special case of the Serbs, who were allowed to return to Croatia, no
specific legal rights, no recognition of the "Right of Return."
Poland - Ukraine
After the First World War (1919), fixed the borders of Poland. This caused a change
coercive and massive, 1.4 million Poles and Ukrainians. Poles of this went to Poland, the
Ukrainians in the west went to Ukraine. The principle, as in the case of the Balkans, was to conserve
national or religious homogeneity.
About 800,000 Albanians were driven from Kosovo,
during the 1999 crisis.
Germany - Eastern Europe
Next coerced mass movements were observed in the Potsdam Commission at the end of the Second
World War. For hundreds of years, there were German communities in different regions of Europe
Eastern and southern Russia, who were accused of supporting the Nazi regime and generate national conflicts. For
Thus, in Czechoslovakia, for example, the majority of Germans supported Hitler and his demands. Despite
all, in Potsdam Commission decided "the orderly transfer of German populations."
Make such transfer rafts were sunk by torpedo attacks. German sources say
that about 2.5 million people were killed in this process and, although there was some exaggeration
in the number, the number of victims was significant.
A few years after the great expulsion, not a single German was in a refugee camp and the
issue of exclusion, refugees and the immense pain that caused the Germans, often through no fault,
found in the list of priorities of Germany. It was only a structure, "Organization of
Expelled Germans (BVD), marginal and supported by the extreme right. There is a parliamentary, Enrica
Shteinbah, which addresses the issue of the deportees and their rights, not to get compensation or
any return.
India - Pakistan
For years, Indians fought to free the British conquest. But as they grew
their activities were increasing tensions between Hindus and Muslims, to create a terrible and
clear abyss. The father of the idea of ​​forming an independent Muslim state, was the philosopher and writer
Muhammad Iqbal. In the 30s it added Muhammad Ali Gina that, until then, was part of
Congress Party and supported the idea of ​​a unified state. The interesting thing is that from the beginning, not
spoke of homogeneous population. The cracks were many, the religious breakdown was not the most
important. The undisputed leader of the liberation struggle, Mahatma Gandhi, made the effort
to build a unified India, including Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims. He could not achieve (Gandhi
was assassinated by a Hindu extremist who criticized their resignations in favor of Muslims). Tension
Interfaith grew. In August 1947, with the end of British rule, was erected two countries:
India and Pakistan. After the declaration, more than 7 million Hindus and Sikhs moved from the Muslim side
the Hindu, and a similar number of Muslims made the reverse journey.
Armenia - Azerbaijan
The breakup of the Soviet Union led to the creation of new countries on religious and
ethnicity. For example, at the time of Stalin, was expelled Muslims from Chechnya to other countries
Union, most of them returned and participated in the war.
A conflict that is closer to what we are trying, in the case Nagorno - Karabakh. We speak of a country
that, most of which are Armenia, but is in Azerbaijan, where the mass is Muslim. We speak of a
long history of struggle that arises again after the establishment of independent republics after
the fall of the Soviet Union. The region of Armenia, who managed requested partial autonomy in 1988, joining
Armenia. The crimes that occurred between the Muslims in Armenia and Armenians in Azerbaijan
brought - on both sides-refugees. Then, the tension became war. Armenia ruled on
Most areas of conflict. In 1994 he achieved a ceasefire, but the problem generated as a million
Following this decision, between 12 and 16 million Germans
abandoned these areas against their will.
In this mass movement was terrible massacres
counted in about 200 thousand to a million dead.
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refugees, about 360 thousand Armenians - Christians who went to the Armenian-dominated region and a
740 000 Muslims, who went to the areas under the jurisdiction of Azerbaijan.
Another interesting thing in the same conflict is that in Azerbaijan, there are refugee camps without any
any process of adaptation and integration. Armenia, by contrast, makes a great effort, shared with
UNHCR, the international refugee organization to assimilate and integrate.
UNRWA, otherwise make the effort proposes, in practice, non-Arab integration and assimilation -
Muslims in Arab countries - Muslim.
Mauritania
A country with serious tensions between the black population - Muslim and Arab Muslim population.
During the fighting between Muslims and blacks in the late '80s and early 90 century
XX, were expelled to Senegal and Mali, nearly 75,000 blacks. A similar number of Arabs were integrated
Mauritania, after being expelled from two countries. The struggle for the Arabization of the country continues.
Sudan
This country out of the ordinary: he had no population change. Make an ethnic cleansing and murder of
citizens through a militia called Janjaweed. Since Muslims came to power, the phenomenon
of ethnic and religious cleansing increased, not only in Darfur. The horror, under government protection,
causes a large influx of displaced persons and refugees. Some of the refugees are defined as IDPInternal
Displaced Persons, and another, as refugees in neighboring Chad. In addition to millions of
victims, as mentioned in the previous article, 3 to 4 million human beings were forced
to leave their homes. Still no known demonstration in any country in the Arab world
in contempt of genocide or ethnic cleansing or religious coercion. Sudan continues like this for
years journalism tricks and aid organizations, hampers UN forces
and ethnic cleansing, it goes. In recent years Sudan has the largest number of refugees
world.
Cyprus
The case of Cyprus is very interesting. In the country, nearly 80% of Greeks and 20% of Turks, arrived
with the expansion of the Ottoman Empire. In 1974, Turkey invaded Cyprus after a military revolt
threatened to unify the island with Greece. The invasion brought as a result, the partition of the island into two
political entities: Greek and Turkish.
There is no discussion about that, the rights of the expelled Greeks, are greater than that of the Palestinians.
The Greeks did not promote any war, not threatened with expulsion or slaughter of Turks. Were
Turkish victims of violence. The Turkish invasion created a Turkish state that the world does not recognize. The Turks
took a part of the conquered territory (about 100 thousand settlers) as well as military strength
thousands of soldiers, who governs, rather than absolute military rule. Since the de facto division of
island, the Greek flourishes and develops. There are no refugee camps, terror and incendiary industry
justifying terrorism against the Turks. Against this, the Turkish area suffers from paralysis, freezing,
extreme unemployment and declining economy.
Nevertheless, the UN Secretary, Kofi Annan, carried on an agreement, long term,
2004. In a referendum held in the Greek, the Greeks delayed the decision. For us,
relevant are the basic lines of the solution to the problem of refugees recognized by the Union
European and international community. The agreement considers the union of the island population. No
statement on the "right of return."
About 200 000 refugees were moved into the Greek area and 50 000
Muslims towards the Turkish side.
The right of return of the Greeks was limited only to people 65 and older. And this with the
condition, those who return do not exceed either 10% of the total Turkish population and 20% in a village
away. If Israel accepted an agreement of this type would have to move Palestinians to neighboring countries and not
accept new refugees. In Israel there are more than 10% that does not belong to the most demographically
speaking Jewish.
Palestinian Handling
So far, the cases we treat, are far from show - in the last hundred years - the uniqueness of
populations. International Organizations appreciated in the communist era, the mass movement in
Soviet Union, almost 65 million people. The center of conflicts in Africa, as wars
endless civilians in Congo and Somalia, led to large numbers of displaced persons and refugees, many without
care. Of course, they have no special aid agencies. They want - and Palestinians - have
rights to relief. But the world remains indifferent to their fate, a world that uses for them
different criteria. Beyond some relief organizations with limited budgets. Are
stranded. The dissemination of his situation - and international interest - is zero. Different
course, to the relationship with the Palestinian refugees, where the international effort is the reverse:
enlarge and perpetuate the problem with handling that, year after year, only increases the number of
refugees.
The mass movements above (except Sudan), summary cases of 38 million people, comprising
to places that are the majority. Only 700 thousand Palestinians became a "problem", immortalized by
United Nations, the international community and the Arab world, encouraged by intellectuals and the media
communication. Thousands of books, articles and publications prevents the reader to know facts and
have a comparative international view.
The solution to the Palestinian problem today is not "transfer." We are in the past. What makes
murderer is a country like Sudan, can not serve as permission to mobilize, coercively, to
populations. The movements that brought it up, we show that the return of refugees and
displaced persons to their place of origin, will bring a war of all against all. The right of return in Europe
back to the mainland to an era of endless conflict. Muslims do not return to Greece, the Germans,
not be paid back to Poland. That does not mean that there is no place for Muslim minorities in Greece.
Having a space for a Muslim minority in Israel, as there is for the Jewish minority in Morocco
in the future also exist for the Palestinians.
An interesting anecdote: Prof. John Mearsheimer published jointly with Prof. Stephen Walt, a
article on the limits of anti-Semitism against the Jewish lobby in America. Aggression toward
Israel and the influence of anti-Israeli arguments, especially those who support the right of return
of the Palestinians, he is in the pages of the article and the sources which underpin them. The same
Mearsheimer published another wonderful article in The New York Times, in 1993, in which he wrote, among other
things, a way to resolve the conflict in the Balkans: There to create homogeneous countries, from
ethnic terms. Croats, Muslims and Serbs will have to give up a territory and population transfer.
This man is the same as a hero of the radical left in the world and in Israel, and
outstanding anti-Semitic United States, David Duk. In this aggressive article, Mearsheimer accused
Israelis to support and encourage the transfer of the Arab population of Israel. Is based on research
and manipulations of searches, but no mention on the parties that support the
"Transfers", which never reached a serious endorsement. Is strange given that this honorable professor, expresses
own support for the "transfer": Creating homogeneous states, will require drawing new borders and transferring
populations. We can assume that those who encourage this idea, will find in these statements a
true and bulky loot.
Our issue is not "transfer." The issue is the beginning, serious and equitable international rules of ordering.
Mearsheimer is the example of the industry that creates double standards, artificially, the "right of return."
 

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Fact 1: Since the establishment of the State of Israel, is being committed, without compassion, a
genocide against Muslims and / or Arabs. Fact 2: The Middle East conflict between Israel and Arabs
as a whole and against the Palestinians in particular, is regarded as the central conflict in the world
today. Fact 3: According to surveys, conducted in the European Union, Israel holds first place
as "Danger to world peace." In Holland, for example, 74% of the population holds this point
view. Neither Iran nor North Korea. Israel.
By connecting these findings creates one of the biggest disappointments of modern times: Israel
regarded as the country responsible for every calamity, misfortune and hardship. It is dangerous for peace
world not only for the Arab or Muslim world.
How does the disappointment?
The finger is pointed cleverly. It is difficult to blame Israel for the genocide in Sudan or civil war
in Algeria. How do you do? Dozens of publications, articles, books, newspapers and websites are
dedicated to one purpose: to turn Israel into a state that ceaselessly perpetrates crimes
war. In Jakarta and in Khartoum they burn the Israeli flag and London, Oslo and Zurich, hate articles are
published, supporting the destruction of Israel.
Any request in Internet search, the words "genocide" against "Muslims", "Arabs" or
"Palestinians" in the context of "Zionists" or "Israel" will give us endless results. Even after filtering
the trash, we are left with millions of publications written in deadly seriousness.
This abundance brings results. It works like brainwashing. It is the accepted position, and not just a
fringe opinion. Just five years ago we witnessed an international show anti - Israeli Convention
Durban. Just two years ago we were shocked when a member of our Academia blamed Israel
of 'symbolic genocide' against the Palestinian people. Much Ado About Nothing. There are thousands of publications
blaming Israel of genocide and not in a "symbolic."
Under the umbrella of an academic or a journalist, now Israel is compared to a fucking Nazi past. In
conclusion, there are those who call to terminate the 'Zionist project. " And, in simpler words, and
Israel is a country that perpetrates so many war crimes and engages in ethnic cleansing and genocide, no
has the right to exist. This, for example, is the essence of an article by a Norwegian author Jostein Gaarder
(Author of "Sophie's World" / Sophie's World), which stated, inter alia: "We call on the murderers of
children by name. " The conclusion is that Israel has no right to exist.
The tragedy is that in Arab and Muslim countries, is happening a slaughter. A genocide protected
the silence of the world, a genocide protected by a disappointment, perhaps, is unprecedented in
history of humanity, a genocide that has no connection to Israel, Zionism and the Jews, genocide,
mainly Arabs and Muslims, in the hands of Arabs and Muslims.
It is a matter of opinion or viewpoint. Is the result of an objective examination, as precise as possible,
the number of victims of various wars and conflicts that have occurred since the establishment of the State
of Israel to the present, as an ongoing slaughter. In fact, it is, death on a massive scale.
Slaughter. Is the annihilation of villages and cities and whole populations. And the world remains
silence. Muslims are being abandoned. Are killed and the world remains silent. And
if you bother to open his mouth, does not complain about the murders. No complaint of those who perpetrate these
crimes against humanity. It complains about Israel.
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This great deception, that covers up the real facts, endures and even continues to grow for one reason:
the Western media and academics involved in it. In endless publications, books, newspapers and websites
Web, Israel is portrayed as a state that perpetrates "war crimes", "ethnic cleansing" and "murder
systematic. " Sometimes it's hot, sometimes accidentally, sometimes it is the result of hypocrisy
and double standards. Sometimes it's new and old anti-Semitism of the left and right, overt or covert. The
Most bloody smears are refuted, shortly after coming to light. The bloody
libel of modern times, against the State of Israel, continues to grow. Many Israelis and Jews
serve as accomplices to feed slander.
The Arab - Israeli conflict
Zionist settlement in this country, which began in the late nineteenth century, created a conflict between Jews and
Arab. The number of dead in various clashes, until the establishment of the State of Israel, not
was more than a few thousand, both Jews and Arabs. The majority of Arabs killed in those
years, they were in armed struggles between the Arabs themselves, such as during the days of the Great
Arab Revolt of 1936 to 1939. That was a sign of how things would be. Many others were
killed as a result of the heavy hand exerted by the British. Israel never did anything like that.
The War of Independence of Israel, also known as the War of '48, left between 5,000 to 15,000
dead, Palestinians and Arab citizens. In that war, as in any other war,
atrocities occurred. The attackers declared their goal, and if they had won, would have been a
mass extermination of Jews. For Israel, too, was savage acts, encouraged by groups
marginal. Less, much less, than in any other war in modern times. Much less
what is perpetrated every day, these same times, by Muslims, mainly against
Muslims in Sudan or Iraq.
The next event of importance was the Sinai War in 1956. About 1,650 Egyptians were
killed, some 1,000 in the hands of Israelis, and about 650 by the French and British forces.
Then came the Six Day War (1967). Estimated figures higher than 21,000 speak Arabic
dead on all three fronts: Egypt, Syria and Jordan.
Yom Kippur War (1973), resulted in 8,500 Arab dead, in two fronts: Egypt and Syria.
Then there were wars "smaller": the first Lebanon War, initially, was against the PLO
(Palestine Liberation Organization) and not against Lebanon. It was a war within a war.
Were the years of bloody civil war in Lebanon, a war to be discussed below. And so,
in the second Lebanon War, which were killed about 1,000 Lebanese.
Thousands of Palestinians were killed during the Israeli occupation in the territories, which began in the late
Six Day War. Most were killed during the two intifadas, the first, which began in 1987,
with a balance of 1,800 Palestinians killed, which began in 2000, with a score of 3,700
Palestinians killed. Between these two dates, there were more military actions that caused more victims
Arab fatal. If we exaggerate, we can say that it was more than a hundred were killed. Hundreds.
Not hundreds of thousands. Not millions.
The total count reaches about 60,000 Arabs killed in the framework of the Arab - Israeli conflict. Among them
only a few thousand Palestinians while it is for them, and only because of them that Israel is the target of hate
the world. Every Arab and Muslim death is regrettable. And it is right to criticize Israel. But criticism
obsessive and demonic emphasizes a much more startling: the silence of the world, or at least a
relative silence, against the systematic extermination of millions of others, perpetrated by regimes
Arabs and Muslims.
The price of the blood of Muslims
Henceforth, we must ask: How many Arabs and Muslims were killed during those
same years in other countries (for example, Russia or France) and many Arabs, Muslims and others, were
killed during those years by Arabs and Muslims? The information gathered here is based on several
research institutes, academic bodies, international organizations (such as Amnesty and
other institutions of Human Rights), UN and government representatives.
In many cases, different organizations have different and contradictory numbers. Sometimes
the differences reach hundreds of thousands and sometimes millions. Probably never know the
precise number. However, even the lowest agreed numbers, and present a breathtaking panorama
horrendous. In addition, time is too short to register bloody conflicts, even they are
covered in these lists, although they carry a higher balance of human victims around the price
blood in the Arab - Israeli conflict.
Algeria
A few years after the establishment of the State of Israel began another war of independence. In
This time it was Algeria against France, between the years 1954 to 1962. The number of casualties on the Muslim side
is a controversial issue. According to official sources in Algeria, over one million. Some institutes
Research in the West tend to accept that number. French sources tried in the past,
declare that it was only a quarter of a million Muslims, with 100,000 additional Muslims
who collaborated with the French. But those figures are seen as biased estimates and low.
Currently, there is no doubt that the French killed nearly 600,000 Muslims. And are the French
those who are constantly lecturing Israel, the Israel that throughout the history of their conflict with the Arabs
did not reach even a tenth of that number. Even at that time, according to assessments
more severe.
The slaughter in Algeria continues. During the 1991 elections the Islamic Salvation Front was elected
by voting. The election results were annulled by the military. Since that time, a
continuing civil war raging between the central government, supported by the army and Islamist movements. Of
According to various estimates figures, there was, so far, about 100,000 victims, mostly
innocent civilians. In almost all cases, it was horrific massacres of whole villages, women, children
and the elderly, a slaughter in the name of Islam
Sudan
A country torn by campaigns of destruction, almost all Arab - Muslim north, which
control the country, and south, with black people. Two civil wars occurred in this country and slaughter,
sponsored by the government, took place in recent years in the district of Darfur. Civil War
spread between the years 1955 to 1972. Moderate estimated figures speak of 500,000 victims. In
1983, began the second civil war. But it was not civil war but a systematic slaughter,
properly defined as "genocide." The aim was to Islamization, Arabization and mass deportation
that occasionally became killing-too-taking control of the giant fields
oil. We're talking about an estimated 1.9 million victims.
The division between Muslims and other victims is unclear. The great Noba district, populated by many
a black Muslim, received his share of horrors. The Muslims, who were black, were not granted
any favors. Since coming to power of radical Islam, under the spiritual guidance of Dr. Hassan Thorabi the
Algeria summary:
500,000 to 1,000,000 in the War of Independence;
100,000 in the Civil War in the '90s.
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the situation worsened. It is probably the worst series of crimes against humanity since the Second
World War. We're talking about ethnic cleansing, deportations, mass murder, slave trade,
force application of the laws of Islam, taking children to their parents and more. Million became
refugees. As far as we know, there are millions of publications about the "Right of Return"
Sudanese, and no petitions by intellectuals negating Sudan's right to exist.
Recent years have dealt with Darfur. Again Muslims (Arabs) are murdering Muslims
(Black) and pagans, and the numbers are unclear. Conservative estimates speak of about 200,000
victims and other, higher, say they are 600,000. No one knows how accurate. And the killing continues.
Through the atrocities in Sudan, the massacre was perpetrated mainly by the Arab Muslim regime
and that the vast majority of victims, if not all, are black, of all religions, including Muslims.
Afghanistan
This is a network that does not stop, of mass murder. The Soviet invasion, which began on December 24
1979 and ended on February 2, 1989, left about a million dead. Other estimates say
than 1,500,000 civilians killed and an additional 90,000 soldiers.
After the withdrawal of Soviet forces, Afghanistan went through a series of civil wars and conflicts
between supporters of the Soviets, the Mojahidin and the Taliban. Each group carried out a doctrine of
mass extermination of their opponents. The sum of fatalities in civil war until the invasion of
Coalition forces under American leadership (in 2001) is, around one million.
There are those who complain, and rightly so, of the carnage that took place as a result of coalition
offensive to topple the Taliban regime as part of an armed conflict against Al Qaeda. Well, the invasion
Afghanistan caused a relatively small number of deaths, less than 10,000. If it had not happened,
could have seen a continuation of the genocide self - inflicted, with an average of 100,000 victims
fatalities per year.
Somalia
Since 1977 this Muslim state in East Africa was involved in an endless civil war. The
estimated number of victims is closer to 550,000. It is Muslims killing mainly to
Muslims. UN attempts to intervene in order to keep the peace, finished
failure, as did later attempts by American forces.
Most of the victims died, not on battlefields, but as a result of a deliberate
starvation and killing of civilians in bombings aimed at civilians as a target (bombing
mass, district opponents, as the bombardment of Somaliland, which caused 50,000 deaths).
Summary of Sudan:
From 2,600,000 to 3,000,000.
Afghanistan Summary:
1,000,000 to 1,500,000, as a result of the Soviet invasion;
around one million in the civil war.
Somalia Summary: 400,000 to 500,000 victims in the civil war.
Bangladesh
This country aspired to gain independence from Pakistan. Pakistan reacted with a military invasion that caused
mass destruction. It was a war, it was a slaughter. Between one and two million were systematically
liquidated in 1971. Some researchers define the events of that year in Bangladesh, as one of the
three major genocides in history (after the Holocaust and genocide in Rwanda).
An investigation panel appointed by the government of Bangladesh, was 1,247,000 of fatalities,
as the result of systematic killing of civilians by the armed forces of Pakistan.
There are also numerous reports of "death squads" in which "Muslim soldiers were
sent to execute mass killings of Muslim farmers. "
The Pakistani army ceased after the intervention of India, which suffered from waves of refugees arriving,
per million from Bangladesh. At least 150,000 were killed in retaliation after
withdrawal of the army of Pakistan.
Indonesia
The largest Muslim state in the world competes with Bangladesh for the dubious title of "Most
slaughter since the Holocaust. " The killing began with a communist uprising in 1965. In this
case, there are different assessments (on the number of fatalities). The accepted estimate talks about
400,000 Indonesians killed between 1965 to 1966, though, should strictly refer to a number
higher.
The slaughter was perpetrated by the army, led by Hag'i Mohammed Suharto, who seized power in
country during the 32 years later. An investigator of those years, said that the person who was
by suppressing the rebellion, General Srv Adei, admitted: "We killed two million, not one million, and we
good job. " By this argument, we are left with the lowest, a more acceptable. "
In 1975, after the end of the mandate Portuguese, East Timor announced its independence. In the space of little
time, was invaded by Indonesia, which ruled the area until 1999. During those years, between 100,000 and
200,000 people were killed, along with the total destruction of infrastructure.
Iraq
Most of the destruction of the last two decades was by Saddam Hussein. This is another case of
a regime that killed millions. Incessant deaths. One of the highlights was during
the war between Iraq and Iran, a conflict on the Arab Chat river, the river that is created by the convergence of the rivers
Euphrates and Tigris. This was a conflict that led, by itself, to a large-scale destruction and murder
mass. Estimates range between 450,000 and 650,000 Iraqi and between 450,000 and 970,000 Iranians. Jews
Israelis and Zionists, to what is known, were not close.
Waves of purges, some politically motivated (opposition), some along ethnic (Kurdish minority) and
religious reasons (the government's Sunni minority against the Shiite majority), produced an astonishing number
victims. Estimates vary from one million, according to the report of Human Rights. Other
international organizations quote an assessment of half a million people dead.
In the years 1991 - 1992, there was an uprising in Iraq. There are conflicting assessments on the number of
victims. The figures vary between 40,000 to 200,000. In addition to the Iraqis killed must be added to
Kurds. During the reign of Saddam Hussein, between 200,000 and 300,000 Kurds were killed in a
genocide continued in the '80s and '90s.
Summary of Bangladesh:
Between 1,400,000 and 2,000,000.
Summary of Indonesia:
400,000 dead, with an additional between
100,000 and 200,000 in East Timor.
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Lebanon summary: 130,000
Over half a million more Iraqis died from diseases because of the shortage of medicines, result
of sanctions imposed after the Gulf War. Today it is clear that it was the continuation of
genocide perpetrated by Saddam on his own people. He could have taken drugs, had
enough money to buy food and build hospitals for all the children of Iraq, but Saddam
preferred to build palaces, distribute franchises in the West and Arab states. This issue is
exposing the corruption of the "Oil for Food" ("Oil for Food") of United Nations.
Iraqis continue to suffer. The civil war that is causing there today, even though some
prefer not to name and to the mutual slaughter of Sunnis and Shiites, has a cost of tens of thousands of
lives. It is estimated that about 100,000 people were killed since coalition forces took
control in Iraq.
Lebanon
The Lebanese civil war took place between 1975 and 1990. Israel was involved in certain stages, apart from
Lebanon War in 1982. There is no disagreement that a considerable part of the victims were
killed in the first two years.
Other reviews speak of more than 130,000 dead. Most were Lebanese killed by
other Lebanese, for fundamentalists, religious and ethnic groups, and in connection with the commitment of Syria. Syria
transferred its support between various parties in the conflict. The highest estimates claim that the activities
Israeli, caused the death of 18,000 people, most fighters.
Yemen
In the civil war that took place in Yemen from 1962 to 1970, with the participation of Egypt and Saudi
Arabia, between 100,000 to 150,000 Yemenis were killed and more than one thousand Egyptians and Saudis.
Egypt committed war crimes by incorporating the use of chemical warfare. Riots in Yemen from
1984 to 1986, killed thousands more.
Chechnya
Russia rejected calls for independence of the Chechen Republic, and this led to the first war,
between 1994 and 1996, which killed between 50,000 to 200,000 Chechens.
Russia paid little attention to this conflict, but failed miserably. This did not help Chechens
because, although they had gained autonomy, the republic was in ruins.
The second Chechen war began in 1999 and ended officially in 2001, but not really
ended, and the number of victims is estimated 30,000 to 100,000.
Summary of Iraq: From 1,540,000 to 2,000,000 victims.
Summary of Iran: From 450,000 to 970,000 victims.
Yemen summary: 100,000 to 150,000 fatalities.
Summary of Chechnya:
From 80,000 to 300,000 fatalities.
From Jordan to Zanzibar
In addition to the wars and massacres, there were also minor confrontations, which took the lives of thousands
and tens of thousands of Muslims and Arabs (killed) by Muslims and Arabs. These clashes are not
are even, taken into account in the tables on these pages, because they represent figures
small, relatively speaking, even if the numbers of those killed are much higher than
the victims of the Arab-Israeli conflict. Here are a few:
Jordan
1970-1971: Survey of Black September took place in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. The
King Hussein was out of proportion by the use of the country, the Palestinians, and its threat to take the
control. The confrontation, mainly a slaughter in the camps, took thousands of lives. Of
According to estimates given by the Palestinians themselves: from 10,000 to 25,000 victims. According to
other sources, a few thousand.
Chad
Half the population of Chad are Muslims: In various civil wars 30,000 civilians were killed.
Kosovo
Muslim in the main area of ​​Yugoslavia, about 10,000 were killed in the war, from 1998
2000.
Tajikistan
The civil war from 1992 to 1996, left nearly 50,000 dead.
Syria
The systematic persecution of Hafez Assad, belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood ended in the slaughter of
1982 in the city of Hama, costing the lives of 200,000 people.
Iran
Thousands were killed at the beginning of the Khomeini Revolution. The precise number is unknown, but
ranges between thousands and tens of thousands. The Kurds also suffered at the hands of Iran and about 10,000
were killed.
Turkey
About 20,000 Kurds were killed in Turkey as part of the conflict.
Zanzibar
In the early 60s the island was granted independence, but only for a short time. First,
Arabs were in power but a black group, made up mainly of Muslims, carried out
a massacre of the Arab group, also Muslim, in 1964. It is estimated that between 5,000 and 17,000 died.
This is not the end of the list. There were more conflicts with uncertain numbers of victims in the republics of the former
Soviet Union with Muslim majority populations (like the war between Azerbaijan and Armenia
Nagurno Karabakh), and a questionable number of Muslims killed in Africa, in countries whose populations
are mixed, such as Nigeria, Mauritania or Uganda (in the years of the reign of Idi Amin in Uganda, in
decade starting in 1971, about 300,000 Ugandans were killed. Amin was defined himself
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as a Muslim but, unlike Sudan, it is difficult to say that the background for the slaughter was Muslim
and certainly was not Arabic).
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict
A newly exposed everything, you can add this information, the vast majority of Arabs killed in
the framework of the Arab - Israeli, were killed as a result of wars instigated by the Arabs and
as a result of its refusal to recognize the UN decision, regarding the establishment of
State of Israel, or its refusal to recognize the Jewish right to self determination.
The number of Israelis killed by Arab aggression was relatively higher than the figures of the Arabs
dead. In the War of Independence, for example, more than 6,000 Israelis were killed between
population, then, was 600,000. This means one percent of the population. In
comparison, low-Arab war against Israel came from seven countries, whose populations already
We have tens of millions. Israel does not dream or think and do not want to destroy any Arab state. But
the intended target of the armed attackers, was "to liquidate the Jewish entity."
Obviously, in recent years, the Palestinian victims were most of the media attention
and academics. Indeed, they represent a small percentage of the total sum of all the victims. The
sum total of Palestinians killed by Israel in the territories conquered is several thousand. Died 1378
in the first Intifada, and 3,700 since the start of the second Intifada. This is less than, say,
Muslim victims massacred by former Syrian President Hafez Assad in Hama in 1982, unless
Palestinians massacred by King Hussein, in 1971, less than the number killed in a single
slaughter of Bosnian Muslims by Serbs (1991) in Srebrenica, which left 8,000 people.
Each person is deplorable finalized. But there is no greater slander to call Israel's actions,
"Genocide." And even the string "Israel" and "genocide" in the Google search engine leads to 13,600,000
references. Try typing 'Sudan' and 'genocide' and you will get less than 9 million results. These
numbers, if you will, are the essence of a great disappointment.
The occupation is not progressive, but not brutal
Another fact: Since the Second World War, the Israeli - Palestinian conflict is the one with less number
victims, but with the world's largest number of publications in the press and academia,
hostile to Israel.
At least half a million Algerians died during the French occupation. One million Afghans during
Soviet occupation. Millions of Muslims and Arabs were killed and massacred at the hands of
Muslims. But the whole world knows a man called Mohammed a-Dura (whose death was regrettable,
but it is doubtful if it was by Israeli gunfire.)
It is possible and acceptable to criticize Israel. But the rant over, obsessive and at times anti-Semitic serves
also, as a cover and in some cases, as an endorsement of the genocide of millions of others.
The occupation is not and can not be progressive. But if we try to create a scale of "brutal occupation"
Israel ranks last. This is a fact. There is an opinion.
And what would have happened to the Palestinians if, instead of being under Israeli occupation, had been under
Iraqi occupation? Or Sudan? Or even French or Soviet? It is highly probable that had
victims of genocide, at worst, and mass killings, purges and deportations, as
the best option.
But fortunately for them, are under Israeli occupation. And even if, I repeat, there is something like a
progressive occupation, and taking into account whether it is acceptable and possible, and sometimes necessary to criticize Israel,
there is no occupation and there was never with so few fatalities (indeed there is other damage, not
manifested in low numbers, such as the refugee problem. This will be discussed in a
separate chapter).
Television ethics
Why, then, the impression the world is directly the opposite?
How is it possible that there is no connection between the facts, figures and the demonic image of Israel as
in the world?
There are many answers. One is that western ethics became the moral of the television cameras.
If a Palestinian terrorist or a man of Hezbollah intends to launch a missile from inside a civilian neighborhood,
and Israel responded with fire "killing two children" will be endless headlines and articles in any
the world, saying "Israel kills children." But if entire villages are destroyed in Sudan or cities
complete are killed in Syria, there will be no television cameras in that area.
And so, according to television ethics, Jose Saramago and Harold Pinter signed a petition protesting the
"Genocide" and "war crimes" committed by Israel. Have not even read the Geneva Convention.
May not know that apart from a few exceptions, the actions of Israel against targets
civilians wounded soldiers are allowed under the Geneva Convention (Protocol 1 paragraph 52.2). And
because these people are so immersed in the ethics of television will not sign any petitions in protest
the genocide of Muslims by Muslims. The crime's sake. You have permission to do so.
Television ethics is a tragedy for the Arabs and Muslims themselves. Israel pays a high price. No
But Arabs and Muslims are its real victims. And while we continue the moral of the screen
blue, Arabs and Muslims will continue paying for the price.
There are those who argue that Arab and Muslim countries, are immune to criticism because they are not
democratic. But criticism of Israel, is more valuable because it has democratic pretensions. Claims
Orientalism like this are more serious. The assumption, disguised, is that Arabs and Muslims are
retarded child in the world. Are allowed. This is not just Orientalism. It is racism.
Arabs and Muslims are not children or retarded. Many Arabs and Muslims know and write
about it. They know that only an end to self - deception and will take responsibility to change. Know
that while the West, keep trying as irresponsible and inequitable, is lending a hand not
only a racist, but also and mainly to the continuity of mass murder.
Epilogue
The genocide that Israel is committing, which is completely libelous, hides the real genocide;
silenced genocide that Arabs and Muslims are mainly against themselves.
The libel must be stopped in order to see reality. This suits them to Arabs and Muslims. Israel
pays in image. Them with blood. If there is still some moral in the world, this should interest you
to anyone who is just a drop of ethics in its interior. And this should happen, will be small
news for Israel, and great news, much better news, for Arabs and Muslims.
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The first article that came with the release of Rosh Hashanah, dealing with the silence of the world from the
deaths perpetrated by Arabs and Muslims, specifically Arabs and Muslims. The silence of
world takes on a special dimension while communications and Western academia,
distributed millions of publications blaming Israel of genocide, genocide does not exist or ever existed.
The truth, as it exposes the conflict between Israel and the Palestinians led to mass casualty
being relatively similar to any other in the world.
This note will address the issue of refugees. It will also take into account facts in
proportion and relation to patterns of United Nations and the international community towards refugees
in general and Palestinians in particular.
We begin with a story, a story known and familiar. In a country noted, which was, once, in
Ottoman Empire, sat a Muslim minority. There was no significant bonding,
between majority and minority. They had both the minority and the majority, a sad story, which included attacks
mutual. At some stage, most of the Muslim minority forced to leave the country and emigrate to
a neighboring country, where the minority was the majority, from the religious, ethnic and national level. No, we are
talking about Israel or the Palestinians. It is the story of the Muslim minority in Bulgaria. And this does not happen
200 years. This happened less than 20 years, late 80s, 300,000 Muslims were forced to
leave Bulgaria. It was a transfer under pressure. And if not heard of the "Law of Return", and
on thousands of agencies dealing with "refugees" Bulgarian and also on thousands of golf
refugees and publications is only one reason: they are not Palestinians. Because, as the Turks, there are dozens
groups, numbering in the millions - many millions - who were forced to leave their country of
birth, after political changes and borders.
Once, the mass changes were considered, and even today in the eyes of many, an effective solution
for religious or ethnic conflict, among different populations.
Less than 100 years ago, Fridtjof Nansen - Norwegian geographer - sought and found a solution to difficult conflict
between Turkey and Greece. Proposed, organized and conducted a transfer program, with international support
won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1930.
There is no support in this transfer itself. Today we face another reality. Morality
international, too, is a matter of time, context and circumstance. Not every good solution in
biblical period, it can work today. Support for the transfer is not on the list of options for
Nobel Peace Prize.
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October 26, 2006
The world is full of communities, in their entirety, were forced to leave their countries or
provinces to other areas. But for some reason the Palestinian refugees have the privilege
have an international recognition. What happened and why us?
This is the second article of the series of Ben Dror Iemini.
In general, the refugee, the individual - and not his family - is that considered a refugee.
Fewer, still, in future generations. With the Palestinians this situation is reversed. Being a refugee is
becomes a matter of genetics, a matter of generations, even when their children
and children's children, have never even seen Palestine and, having amassed wealth, as
Bill Gates, retain their refugee status.
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The world is full of communities that were forced to leave their countries or regions to
new places. If we define, with the accepted concepts regarding the Palestinians - both
its definition as refugees, as in international relations and in the many organizations that exist
to defend them - would be facing a world war of all against all.
Millions of Hindus, should return to Pakistan. Tens of millions of Muslims would return to India.
The Balkans would be forced to be nomads, a situation which, of course, would bring a new mix
populations and, therefore, new and countless conflicts. No one today would think such a thing. No
think that Muslims must return to Greece or Bulgaria, or the Christians in Turkey, or German
Czechoslovakia and we could continue with a very long list. If we sum up "the Right of Return"
many countries would collapse and go into an era of endless bloodshed.
Fortunately, our planet is sensible. Does not require a blood bath that divide and destroy the country. The
world is sane until it reaches the Palestinians. Then, out of joint. Black is white and white is
black. Everything is right with regard to any conflict in the world, is reversed when it comes to
a small land of God, very small, the land of Jews. And suddenly, what was right about
Bulgaria, Turkey and Greece, Czechoslovakia, India and Pakistan and dozens of other countries, it is not about
Israel. His position was analyzed with different criteria. Reverse. Here again, a chorus of organisms
international deal only with one thing: the propaganda that encircles the world, which enhances the problem
Palestinian and eternal. In many organizations, the trend is still clearer: coercion
Israel, only on Israel, is a type of solution, "The Right of Return" is called, which will undoubtedly further stoke the fire.
There are those who support this solution, from innocence and ignorance. But others support it because its goal
not order or fix, but fire. Or as Sahar Habash, one of Arafat's advisers: "The
"Right of Return" is the trump card, which means liquidating Israel. "
No talk here of the uniqueness of peoples throughout history. We do not require the Arabs - that
invaded Asia, Africa and Europe, returning to the birthplace, and will not ask the white conquerors
of America to return to Europe, though, not only conquered, took and violated land they do not
it belonged, during the conquest, committed crimes against humanity.
Review only those massive population changes, developments since the early twentieth century. Nor
We will consider all cases, only those that bear some similarity to the changes
population, between Israel and neighboring Arab countries, changes that had everything: expulsion and flight, not
by desire of both parties.
Who is a refugee?
Between 600 and 800 thousand Arabs fled Israel going to neighboring countries. A similar number of Jews
left Arab countries, reaching Israel. This happened as part of a global process - tens
of cases in which population changes were from the creation of national states
- In countries with particular religious and ethnic characteristics. Millions took part in these movements
mass. And none was considered a refugee. Nor those who came to Israel. But this title is it
reserved solely and exclusively, to Palestinian refugees.
The double standard starts, but does not end with the fact that there are two bodies responsible for
refugees. The first deals with all the world's refugees UNHCR (United Nations High Comissiona
for Refugees) and the second, UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency), whose area is only,
Palestinians from a UN decision. While the goal is to help the first organism
refugees to start a new life, the goal of one is reversed: to perpetuate their situation. Hundreds of
million refugees left and not through aid programs of the UN. Not one of the
Palestinian refugees left this definition. On the contrary, each year increasing its quantity.
The definition of "refugee" includes differences. When talking about the Palestinians, concerns
persons whose place of residence was Palestine between June 1946 and May 1948. It is sarcastic
definition lies in the fact that everyone who came to Palestine as early immigrant labor
1946, will automatically fall within the definition of Palestinian refugees, even for an Egyptian
Syrian, Jordanian, and Lebanese. A stay of only two years in Palestine gives the right to be included
on permanent lists of UNRWA. Not so in the case of another common refuge, which must demonstrate
- With their situation-specific requirements to receive assistance from UNHCR.
And that's not all. According to the UN general definition, one that has already adapted to another country,
becoming an active citizen, not a refugee. In Jordan there are hundreds of thousands of Palestinians
who received citizenship. Some people can access government positions but either in Lebanon but
according to a definition of striking United Nations are still perceived refugees.
There is another important and central difference. Common among the refugees, only considered the individual not
members of his family, let alone future generations. Among Palestinians, the question is to
Conversely, it becomes genetic. A generational issue. Even when the children and children's children never saw
Palestine and, despite being as rich as Bill Gates, are still refugees. Under the protection of Nations
Together, the "Palestinian problem" has eternity, even in this strange definition and permanence of
concept. So is growing year by year, the number of refugees. This will raise a monster with a
single goal: creating a problem that prevents the solution of the conflict.
In those years, and according to any international standard, the "Palestinian refugee problem"
concluded at the very moment it began: the number of Palestinians who left Israel is similar,
or almost identical to that of Jews who came from Arab countries. Israel was not the only place
populations changed after religious or national conflicts. Elsewhere in the world, the thing
had already ended. But not here. This double standard works. To understand how much of manipulation
political, historical and international we then research on processes and population changes.
Movement in the Balkans
The Balkans was the broader focus in regard to mass population movements, expulsion,
mass transfer and fled after the war, over the last hundred years, since the first
Balkan War (1912), with which did not end the massive movement of population. Took
part in such movements between seven and ten million people. Not analyze all but a few.
The first wave began in 1915, after the First Balkan War, which resulted in the mobilization,
from their places of residence, about, 200,000 Turks who went to Turkey, 150,000 Greeks
who returned to Greece and 250,000 Bulgarians who returned to Bulgaria.
The First World War created an essential move. 750 000 Serbs were forced to leave
their homes, some 250 000 were used, coercively, as a labor force in Bulgaria and Hungary. Other
were killed during the forced march to the Adriatic. After the war, 300,000 were forced to
return to Bulgaria, from territories that had been under his control, from before the war. About
200 thousand Hungarians left Transylvania and moved to Hungary. A similar number of Hungarians left
territories of Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia.
The '20s brought a new wave, more specific to our business. A great movement had the
acceptance of Turkey, Greece and Bulgaria, to the Lausanne Agreement (1923). This trend continued for
a million and half a million Christians from Turkey to Greece, 500 000 Muslims from Greece to Turkey
80 000 Bulgarians in Greece. Note that were not "transferred" all Christians to Greece, or all
Muslims to Turkey. The stated purpose of the transfers was the creation of a religious basis
homogeneous In 1930, upon completion of the transfer, was awarded to Fridtjof Nansen, the mastermind and director of
project, the Nobel Peace Prize.
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Events, before and during, World War II once again triggered significant movements.
The most important was the flight of hundreds of thousands of Serbs from Croatia, and that his government had become
pro - Nazi administration of Transylvania, which was taken over by Hungary, which generated 200 thousand Romanians
leave Romania.
The other big wave came in the '90s, with the division of Yugoslavia after Tito's death. A
quarter of a million Serbs were expelled from the territories, in the hands of the Croats in 1995, after
the war with Serbia. There is an agreement of principles with respect to their return and, according to various reports
United Nations, it is completing the process, which had great obstacles by Croats
(Those who return face discrimination, are taken home, work, and there are no cases
cons). Beyond the legal guidelines that allow the Serbs get their houses in reality are
few cases where this becomes a reality and legal rights are respected. There are decisions of courts
Croats, Serbs hold that hinder the realization. Many Serbs, returning, waive and
go to other sectors of the former Yugoslavia.
Needless to note that the level of aggression between Serbs and Croats, is far from the onslaught from
Israelis and Palestinians. The dream of the Serbs and Croatia is not to destroy, either, there are years of washing
brain, religious nationalism that calls for the liquidation of the Croat entity. Even in this situation, living
Today, in Croatia, about 200 thousand Serbs, in a state of 4.4 million. A return of all, impossible
fruition, not of a demographic threat to Croatia. The idea of ​​homogenizing, national or
religiously, will be preserved in spite of everything.
The observation of Western newspapers of that time shows an acceptance of the transfer made
by Croats and displayed to some support. That was the policy, almost official, The New York Times.
Kosovo:
Most returned, with the NATO military intervention. Before they had left almost 150 thousand Serbs from the area
Albania. A similar number of Serbs left Kosovo after the war, fearing Albanian vengeance.
Hundreds of thousands in other regions in conflict, lost their homes and were pressured to abandon their
living spaces, within the country (especially in Bosnia-Herzegovina). The exact numbers
known. For example, the number of Croats - expelled by Serbian forces in the process
war - outside the boundaries of Serbia, is seen in about 170 thousand. Clearly, the community
international, had no alternative but to population movements to prevent further explosions.
Sometimes referred to ethnic cleansing, sometimes used the term genocide (defined as a transfer
murder, carried out by the Turks against the Armenians) and sometimes, as in the case of Nansen, the transfer
from an agreement. The common denominator was the intention of creating an ethnic or religious homogeneity.
Anyway, except special case of the Serbs, who were allowed to return to Croatia, no
specific legal rights, no recognition of the "Right of Return."
Poland - Ukraine
After the First World War (1919), fixed the borders of Poland. This caused a change
coercive and massive, 1.4 million Poles and Ukrainians. Poles of this went to Poland, the
Ukrainians in the west went to Ukraine. The principle, as in the case of the Balkans, was to conserve
national or religious homogeneity.
About 800,000 Albanians were driven from Kosovo,
during the 1999 crisis.
Germany - Eastern Europe
Next coerced mass movements were observed in the Potsdam Commission at the end of the Second
World War. For hundreds of years, there were German communities in different regions of Europe
Eastern and southern Russia, who were accused of supporting the Nazi regime and generate national conflicts. For
Thus, in Czechoslovakia, for example, the majority of Germans supported Hitler and his demands. Despite
all, in Potsdam Commission decided "the orderly transfer of German populations."
Make such transfer rafts were sunk by torpedo attacks. German sources say
that about 2.5 million people were killed in this process and, although there was some exaggeration
in the number, the number of victims was significant.
A few years after the great expulsion, not a single German was in a refugee camp and the
issue of exclusion, refugees and the immense pain that caused the Germans, often through no fault,
found in the list of priorities of Germany. It was only a structure, "Organization of
Expelled Germans (BVD), marginal and supported by the extreme right. There is a parliamentary, Enrica
Shteinbah, which addresses the issue of the deportees and their rights, not to get compensation or
any return.
India - Pakistan
For years, Indians fought to free the British conquest. But as they grew
their activities were increasing tensions between Hindus and Muslims, to create a terrible and
clear abyss. The father of the idea of ​​forming an independent Muslim state, was the philosopher and writer
Muhammad Iqbal. In the 30s it added Muhammad Ali Gina that, until then, was part of
Congress Party and supported the idea of ​​a unified state. The interesting thing is that from the beginning, not
spoke of homogeneous population. The cracks were many, the religious breakdown was not the most
important. The undisputed leader of the liberation struggle, Mahatma Gandhi, made the effort
to build a unified India, including Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims. He could not achieve (Gandhi
was assassinated by a Hindu extremist who criticized their resignations in favor of Muslims). Tension
Interfaith grew. In August 1947, with the end of British rule, was erected two countries:
India and Pakistan. After the declaration, more than 7 million Hindus and Sikhs moved from the Muslim side
the Hindu, and a similar number of Muslims made the reverse journey.
Armenia - Azerbaijan
The breakup of the Soviet Union led to the creation of new countries on religious and
ethnicity. For example, at the time of Stalin, was expelled Muslims from Chechnya to other countries
Union, most of them returned and participated in the war.
A conflict that is closer to what we are trying, in the case Nagorno - Karabakh. We speak of a country
that, most of which are Armenia, but is in Azerbaijan, where the mass is Muslim. We speak of a
long history of struggle that arises again after the establishment of independent republics after
the fall of the Soviet Union. The region of Armenia, who managed requested partial autonomy in 1988, joining
Armenia. The crimes that occurred between the Muslims in Armenia and Armenians in Azerbaijan
brought - on both sides-refugees. Then, the tension became war. Armenia ruled on
Most areas of conflict. In 1994 he achieved a ceasefire, but the problem generated as a million
Following this decision, between 12 and 16 million Germans
abandoned these areas against their will.
In this mass movement was terrible massacres
counted in about 200 thousand to a million dead.
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refugees, about 360 thousand Armenians - Christians who went to the Armenian-dominated region and a
740 000 Muslims, who went to the areas under the jurisdiction of Azerbaijan.
Another interesting thing in the same conflict is that in Azerbaijan, there are refugee camps without any
any process of adaptation and integration. Armenia, by contrast, makes a great effort, shared with
UNHCR, the international refugee organization to assimilate and integrate.
UNRWA, otherwise make the effort proposes, in practice, non-Arab integration and assimilation -
Muslims in Arab countries - Muslim.
Mauritania
A country with serious tensions between the black population - Muslim and Arab Muslim population.
During the fighting between Muslims and blacks in the late '80s and early 90 century
XX, were expelled to Senegal and Mali, nearly 75,000 blacks. A similar number of Arabs were integrated
Mauritania, after being expelled from two countries. The struggle for the Arabization of the country continues.
Sudan
This country out of the ordinary: he had no population change. Make an ethnic cleansing and murder of
citizens through a militia called Janjaweed. Since Muslims came to power, the phenomenon
of ethnic and religious cleansing increased, not only in Darfur. The horror, under government protection,
causes a large influx of displaced persons and refugees. Some of the refugees are defined as IDPInternal
Displaced Persons, and another, as refugees in neighboring Chad. In addition to millions of
victims, as mentioned in the previous article, 3 to 4 million human beings were forced
to leave their homes. Still no known demonstration in any country in the Arab world
in contempt of genocide or ethnic cleansing or religious coercion. Sudan continues like this for
years journalism tricks and aid organizations, hampers UN forces
and ethnic cleansing, it goes. In recent years Sudan has the largest number of refugees
world.
Cyprus
The case of Cyprus is very interesting. In the country, nearly 80% of Greeks and 20% of Turks, arrived
with the expansion of the Ottoman Empire. In 1974, Turkey invaded Cyprus after a military revolt
threatened to unify the island with Greece. The invasion brought as a result, the partition of the island into two
political entities: Greek and Turkish.
There is no discussion about that, the rights of the expelled Greeks, are greater than that of the Palestinians.
The Greeks did not promote any war, not threatened with expulsion or slaughter of Turks. Were
Turkish victims of violence. The Turkish invasion created a Turkish state that the world does not recognize. The Turks
took a part of the conquered territory (about 100 thousand settlers) as well as military strength
thousands of soldiers, who governs, rather than absolute military rule. Since the de facto division of
island, the Greek flourishes and develops. There are no refugee camps, terror and incendiary industry
justifying terrorism against the Turks. Against this, the Turkish area suffers from paralysis, freezing,
extreme unemployment and declining economy.
Nevertheless, the UN Secretary, Kofi Annan, carried on an agreement, long term,
2004. In a referendum held in the Greek, the Greeks delayed the decision. For us,
relevant are the basic lines of the solution to the problem of refugees recognized by the Union
European and international community. The agreement considers the union of the island population. No
statement on the "right of return."
About 200 000 refugees were moved into the Greek area and 50 000
Muslims towards the Turkish side.
The right of return of the Greeks was limited only to people 65 and older. And this with the
condition, those who return do not exceed either 10% of the total Turkish population and 20% in a village
away. If Israel accepted an agreement of this type would have to move Palestinians to neighboring countries and not
accept new refugees. In Israel there are more than 10% that does not belong to the most demographically
speaking Jewish.
Palestinian Handling
So far, the cases we treat, are far from show - in the last hundred years - the uniqueness of
populations. International Organizations appreciated in the communist era, the mass movement in
Soviet Union, almost 65 million people. The center of conflicts in Africa, as wars
endless civilians in Congo and Somalia, led to large numbers of displaced persons and refugees, many without
care. Of course, they have no special aid agencies. They want - and Palestinians - have
rights to relief. But the world remains indifferent to their fate, a world that uses for them
different criteria. Beyond some relief organizations with limited budgets. Are
stranded. The dissemination of his situation - and international interest - is zero. Different
course, to the relationship with the Palestinian refugees, where the international effort is the reverse:
enlarge and perpetuate the problem with handling that, year after year, only increases the number of
refugees.
The mass movements above (except Sudan), summary cases of 38 million people, comprising
to places that are the majority. Only 700 thousand Palestinians became a "problem", immortalized by
United Nations, the international community and the Arab world, encouraged by intellectuals and the media
communication. Thousands of books, articles and publications prevents the reader to know facts and
have a comparative international view.
The solution to the Palestinian problem today is not "transfer." We are in the past. What makes
murderer is a country like Sudan, can not serve as permission to mobilize, coercively, to
populations. The movements that brought it up, we show that the return of refugees and
displaced persons to their place of origin, will bring a war of all against all. The right of return in Europe
back to the mainland to an era of endless conflict. Muslims do not return to Greece, the Germans,
not be paid back to Poland. That does not mean that there is no place for Muslim minorities in Greece.
Having a space for a Muslim minority in Israel, as there is for the Jewish minority in Morocco
in the future also exist for the Palestinians.
An interesting anecdote: Prof. John Mearsheimer published jointly with Prof. Stephen Walt, a
article on the limits of anti-Semitism against the Jewish lobby in America. Aggression toward
Israel and the influence of anti-Israeli arguments, especially those who support the right of return
of the Palestinians, he is in the pages of the article and the sources which underpin them. The same
Mearsheimer published another wonderful article in The New York Times, in 1993, in which he wrote, among other
things, a way to resolve the conflict in the Balkans: There to create homogeneous countries, from
ethnic terms. Croats, Muslims and Serbs will have to give up a territory and population transfer.
This man is the same as a hero of the radical left in the world and in Israel, and
outstanding anti-Semitic United States, David Duk. In this aggressive article, Mearsheimer accused
Israelis to support and encourage the transfer of the Arab population of Israel. Is based on research
and manipulations of searches, but no mention on the parties that support the
"Transfers", which never reached a serious endorsement. Is strange given that this honorable professor, expresses
own support for the "transfer": Creating homogeneous states, will require drawing new borders and transferring
populations. We can assume that those who encourage this idea, will find in these statements a
true and bulky loot.
Our issue is not "transfer." The issue is the beginning, serious and equitable international rules of ordering.
Mearsheimer is the example of the industry that creates double standards, artificially, the "right of return."
 

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TERRORISM. SILENCE, LIES AND MONEY (II).

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TERRORISM. SILENCE, LIES AND MONEY (II).
All these mass movements have a common denominator, which includes an international agreement: create
religious and ethnic homogeneity to avoid conflicts. Does not mean you have to look for full consistency.
The international agreement for homogeneity, as expressed in the Cyprus conflict, is a model
correct solution to the problem of Palestinian refugees. If, in connection therewith, the world took the
same policy in those years, made with other groups - Germans, Indians, Pakistanis - not exist
the problem of refugees. But the United Nations decided in one of those mistakes that will be remembered for
always with the Palestinians behave differently. It is a policy that demonstrates inequity: the
Palestinians are refugees from higher level, while blacks are lower level. Community
behaves as an international United Nations, even if they support the "right of return" holding,
Economically, the industry's "right of return."
The European Union aid to dozens of organizations that have the same objective. It's the same Union
responded to similar requirements in Europe as incentives war. Israel has already contributed his part, joined the
Jews who arrived after the conflict itself that caused the Palestinians to abandon Israel. Responsibility
of Palestinian refugees, specifically, is the Muslim and Arab world and the international community.
Germany joined the Germans, the Hindus joined India, Pakistan to the Muslims. Israel to the Jews.
Tens of millions of refugees were integrated into the countries where they arrived, countries in which
religion and the people are the majority. The Arab world must integrate the Palestinian refugees. According to
international criteria, the Palestinians have a right to be absorbed into the Palestinian state if they wanted
create, alongside Israel, not instead of him.
The definition, every country has the right to preserve their religious and ethnic homogeneity that the
refugees who are in a place where they belong to the majority, have no "right of return"
requires also to Israel. It means that if Judea and Samaria, are part of the historical homeland of the Jewish people
not have the "right of return" as the Palestinians do not have the "right of return" to Israel, although
is their historical homeland.
The same law should govern for the Germans (who joined Germany), for the Hindus (who joined
to India), for the Muslims (who went to Pakistan) and that law says that Jews are "entitled to
return "to Israel, but not to Palestine and the Palestinians have the" right of return "to Palestine, not Israel.
The outright denial of the "right of return" comes not only the international situation but also the
right to individual self-definition. The Palestinians have this right and also the Jews. Those who
claim the "right of return" for Palestinians and to them alone, deny, in fact, the right to self-definition
of the Jews. Only the Jews.
Israel is not guilty of perpetuating the Palestinian refugee problem, but the international community.
Instead of the remedy, poured salt on the wound. Manipulated. The laugh of fate is - and it's a laugh
very sad - the double standard increased the suffering of the Palestinians. The perpetuated in that suffering. Postponed
the meeting of the solution to the problem. The day the world to abandon the double standard, will be the dawn
the good news for the Palestinians. Be the first day that the condition begins to subside. That day
no longer a plaything of politics.
For their sake, for the sake of peace concept, it's worth that day comes.
Despite the fact that Palestinians are being assisted by a size such that for other
countries would only be a dream, they lament. Thus, the misfortune became an industry.
According to world opinion, the Palestinians are the most unhappy people there in the world, the people
most oppressed on earth. It is a national group that includes, as a significant part, the image of victim.
Numerous publications deal with this misfortune, with poverty and the status of refugees continues
decades. Here, too, the connection between facts and advertising is, frankly, nil.
In the first article in the series and the world remains silent, published in the supplement of Rosh
Hashanah, we discussed the issue of mass murder, the Arabs and, especially, Muslims, perpetrated
against Muslims and Arabs, compared with the number, relatively small, of Arabs killed in
general, and Palestinians in particular, in the framing of the conflict with Israel.
The second article of the series, And the World Lies, published in the supplement of Yom Kippur is about
handling the problem of Palestinian refugees, although nearly 40 million people experienced
population exchanges with the aim of creating states with national, ethnic and religious only
Palestinians, with tens of millions, they remained as refugees.
This article will examine the myth of Palestinian misery. The Palestinians are, indeed, in a bad situation.
Few would dispute. The question is whether a product is Palestinian self - inflicted (which the Palestinians are
responsible), or is international harassment (first, American or Israeli).
The myth, cultivated by the "forces of progress," says that, of course, America is the root of all evil.
Not only have an "unbalanced policy" but also the oppressor of the legitimate aspirations of
Palestinian people. And Israel, of course, worsens the overall oppression. Is it as well?
While the Palestinians acquired a place of honor in the world list of misfortunes, the well-oiled
PR turned them into a nation of victims. In essence, the facts are different from
myths and the abundance of publications, academics and journalists, who consume a massive fraud
before world opinion.
Misery (is) pays. It became an industry. The world opens its pockets. The "Great Satan", the most
hated by the Palestinians, the United States, which disputes the primacy with Israel, the "Little Satan", is the
- Since the signing of the Oslo Accords (1993) - more aid to the Palestinians, more than any other country
world, more than Saudi Arabia alone, more than the Gulf states, separately or together, more countries
Europe, which donated separately, and even the entire European Union.
I poured dollars and respond to critical
These are the facts: according to a World Bank report (1994 - 1998), the United States was
largest contributor to the Palestinians. The figures are not different in the following years, but in '90,
which ended with the Intifada, are particularly important. It is true that Israel receives more aid. The
military assistance is for strategic reasons and this is not the place to discuss it. In any case, most
hand, contributes to American industry, because Israel must spend the money only in America. With respect
economic aid in recent years, it became marginal and less than that given to Palestinians.
Regarding per capita assistance for development purposes Palestinian welfare, receive
much more than that given, for example, to Egypt. But repeatedly, the myth claims that the Palestinians
are the "victims" who should be given more and more because, perhaps, this situation will convince them that they want
peace and abandon terrorism.
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And the world
pay
Ma'ariv, 5 January 2007
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According to the World Bank report, in those years, Washington contributed almost,
$ 345 million, compared with the European Union ($ 298). Japan tops the list - for the same period
- With $ 306 million.
Today, the American contribution is greater, during those years, as in all decades
past, the United States was the largest contributor to UNRWA (United Nations Agency for
Palestinian Refugees in the Near East), which assists Palestinians. UNRWA's annual budget
was during this period, nearly $ 300 million. Out of that amount, $ 600 million were sent to the
West Bank and Gaza.
Even by a multiyear calculation, from 1994 to 2004, the U.S. ranks first with $ 1.3
billion in aid. Then, there is the European Union, with $ 1.1 billion, then Japan, with $ 0.53 trillion. These
amounts do not include contributions to UNRWA and "D'awa" (charity), used largely for
finance terrorism. We must remember that Hamas managed separately, raising another channel
funds, a portion for welfare, education, health and infrastructure, advertising, and one that was derived
strengthening the military wing and terrorist activities.
Billion were given to the Palestinians. This money could have led to enormous economic change
Palestinian. This money, pardon the cliché, could have turned Gaza into Beirut (except Hezbollah
could turn Beirut into Gaza). But the Palestinians chose another path. The world rained dollars on
their heads and the Palestinians responded with criticism. They were not oppressed, but, rather, the darlings of
world. Most people in Africa, who suffer much more, can, alone, dreaming of
help of the magnitude that they were given to the Palestinians. There is poverty in the world. There is exploitation. There
oppression. But the Palestinians did not top the list. They are far from it. I never went hungry. His
Grief is largely due to their own imagination.
Preferred the struggle to prosperity
Returning to the mention of the Oslo Accords, the money flowed to the Palestinians. 1992 was a peak year for
the Palestinian economy. GDP per capita reached $ 1999 and real GDP per capita was $ 2683. The gap
supplements came from foreign sources: some of the budget of UNRWA, other transferred
the work of Palestinians abroad who sent money and a significant proportion of the work was
carried out by Palestinians in Israel.
Theoretically, if not for terrorism, which forced Israel to impose closures and curfews, the economy
Palestinians in the '90s had become one of the leading economies of the Middle East after
Israel. This was the point during the time that remained secret talks in Oslo, then
from which, following the signing of the agreements, began a large influx of international aid. Although those years
were also of great waves of terrorism, the Palestinians chose the struggle to prosperity.
During that time, countries like Yemen, Chad and Nigeria, for example, had a GDP per capita of about
$ 1000 and they were not the poorest in the world. Those were years when there were communities
Africa, with millions of people in Congo, Sudan and the Sahara, who became refugees. But the
international community, abandoned. The black Africans did not create terrorism and posed no
strategic threat. The moral conscience of the world in general and the West in particular, was activated
very selective: on the television screen, by threats of terrorism, the danger of a rise
in the price of oil. The higher ranked the suffering of tens of millions of blacks in Africa,
was always less than the suffering Palestinians.
Apparently, the pain of the Palestinians is the most successful industry. This affliction is perpetuated and serves
Based on increased demands for payments. There used to build infrastructure. There used to raise or improve
the education system. Not serve to rehabilitate hundreds of thousands living in refugee camps. The
money was spent on three main objectives: perpetuation of the political situation and unfortunately, acquisition
weapons and equipment for terrorism and corruption, by paying huge sums were
constantly end up in the pockets of cronies and parasites, as well as the millions of dollars that were
to Yasser Arafat's bank accounts in banks around the world and cut coupons for leaders
Palestinian Authority, nearly every treaty for economic development in the territories.
The supreme objective: wiping Israel off the map
Israel is not free of mistakes, but all the mistakes are minimized by the responsibility
Palestinian. Living under occupation is a great enjoyment and criticism - of the occupation in general and
settlements in particular, is legitimate. More than legitimate. However, we are not talking of theory but
Fact: vast sums of money granted to the Palestinians, were spoiled. And the opportunities
gain independence and prosperity were rejected in favor of a supreme objective: wiping Israel off the map.
The most important turning point was, of course, the Oslo Accords. The whole world
offered voluntarily to help the Palestinian Authority, established following the Accords. The Associated Press.,
indeed, spread and flourished. The money began to flow. But the Palestinians themselves did not enjoy
the fruits of peace. On the contrary. They went into economic decline.
Several research institutions have conflicting data on changes in GDP per capita or
purchasing power of the Palestinians, before and after the Oslo Accords. Despite the disagreements,
lines are consistent: on the one hand, there was an astonishing and unprecedented influx of funds to the Authority
Palestine and, on the other, along with the huge flow of funds, there was a fall in GDP per capita. The
explanation is simple: after the Oslo Accords, there were waves of terrorism, which led to a series
closures. Fewer and fewer Palestinians worked in Israel.
But the change came. In 1997 there was a turning point, the Palestinian economy began to recover.
Palestinians began to feel the benefits of peace.
And despite the dramatic improvement, the recovery was short and ended with the outbreak of the second intifada in
September 2000. The opportunity for prosperity, again, was destroyed. Again, Palestinians
chose the path of violence.
This is an important point in time. The violence broke out just after Israel extended to
Palestinians the most generous of offers in the history of conflict between the two entities. Myths
the "Palestinian suffering" and the "horrors of the occupation" were inconsistent with reality.
Away from last place in suffering and poverty
First, the uprising began after two years of decline of terrorism and increased
economic prosperity. Second, these were years in which the Palestinians had a state
Palestinian hands. Began in the Camp David Conference in which Ehud Barak, then Prime
Minister, proposed something that no Israeli leader has dared to offer before. Continued under the guidance of Bill Clinton and
the essence was a Palestinian state in the 1967, with the exception of minor changes in the
border in small percentage, including substantial parts of Jerusalem and the exchange of territory, as
compensation for the Palestinians.
And how do you respond? Look how Bandar bin Sultan, the Saudi ambassador in Washington's most influential
then, describes the events of that historic day, January 2, 2001: bin Sultan was sitting,
Arafat, at the Ritz before going to meet with Clinton. bin Sultan told Arafat that this was a
historic opportunity, which had the support of Saudi Arabia, Egypt and most of the Arab world and that if
rejected the proposal, would be a tragedy, a crime. That did not help. Arafat went to Clinton and said: No. Arafat
did not want a Palestinian state. Arafat did not want prosperity. Arafat did not want an end to the occupation. Arafat
wanted war.
According to the Palestinian data, from 1994 to 2000,
there was a 36% real increase in GDP.
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Israel was forced to respond in order to protect the huge wave of terrorism. Yes, Israel made mistakes.
But again, all were dwarfed by Palestinian intransigence against ending the occupation and
conflict and the rejection of the establishment of a Palestinian state alongside Israel.
We continue with the facts. The flow of funds for financial aid, human development and
prevent starvation, are supposed to be in agreement with the state of poverty of the community. Were the
neediest Palestinian community? Comparative data show that they were far from the first
rise in poverty. While the GDP was not at Western levels, even among the Arab countries or
Muslims, the Palestinians are not the last on the list. Human Development Index for 2003 places
"The occupied Palestinian territories", as defined there to the Palestinian Authority, at 102 th out of 180
countries. Since 2003 is one of the lowest points, taking into account the Intifada and since the
GDP during the 90s was higher, we can assume that the ranking Palestinian during the '90s, was higher. Y
In any case, even in the dire situation in 2003, the Palestinians were in a higher position
that Algeria (103 th), Syria (106 th), Egypt (116 th), Morocco (126 th), Yemen (156 th) and
surely most African countries and some of South America.
The Palestinians are considered - in relation to other Arab states - at a high level of human development
although the GDP is lower than in those countries. And compared with international assistance, for
to other countries and the size of the population, produces a surprising result: the Palestinians received
greatest amount of aid in the world. In fact, for a decade and a half, the Palestinians are very
far from being the poorest, while considering that received more aid.
The facts tell the story.
But that is only part of the film. A huge number of Palestinian NGOs received support from foundations,
mainly in Europe. Moreover, "charities" send money, mainly
entities involved in terrorism and / or religious activities. The flow came from Muslims in America and
Europe, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States. The amount accumulated for years, amounts to hundreds of
billion.
Comparative data for 2003 show a surprising scenario. While Yemen, suffering
by poverty, foreign aid was $ 30 per - capita, each person in the Palestinian Authority received $ 470.
Even in absolute terms, this is distorted. Egypt received as foreign aid, $ 1286 billion
in aid, while the Palestinian Authority, $ 1616 billion. It is superficial to say that the people of Egypt
is 73 million people and the Palestinian is only 3 million.
This is not the end of the Palestinian audacity, boldness in which American support, both economic and
policy is met with ingratitude. In 2003, after terrorist bombings, Washington decided to
help of NGOs (Non - Governmental Organizations) around the world on condition of signing a
agreement under which the recipient does not support terrorism. We should clarify that this was the policy front
any entity in the world, not just the Palestinians. However, some Palestinians did not like. Wanted
both money and support for terrorism. Generated an internal debate with the nationalist rhetoric expected.
The radical elements prevailed and, in early June 2004, the Palestinian Legislative Council
passed a resolution rejecting the U.S. conditions.
The Palestinians wanted both the aid and the option could be diverted to terrorist entities or
support terrorism. Why? Because the "national honor" Palestinian, including support for terrorism, was
more important than the possibility of obtaining American aid.
For example, from 1994 to 1998, Palestinians in the territories
received more than $ 2.6 billion in aid from donor countries
and another $ 600 million through UNRWA.
The weapons are more important than the welfare, education and prosperity
Three researchers: Michael Keating, Anne Le More and Robert Lowe, published a comprehensive book of articles
concerning the aid, called The Case of Palestine: Aid, Diplomacy and Facts on the Ground, published
in 2005. None of these authors could be accused of being too sympathetic to Israel. No
However, the text two clear facts emerge: first, that the Palestinians have received the most support from
World War II, not only in absolute terms, but also taking into account the adjustment to
various indices (index). And indeed, on the number of inhabitants, the Palestinians received more aid
the Marshall Plan, designed for the recovery of Europe after the Second World War. Second,
in the words of the book, the aid may have been part of the problem rather than the solution, and the massive
international collaboration, did not prevent the decline of Palestinian society.
As usual in such books are full of accusations against Israel, such as that aid
helped to perpetuate the occupation (how does this fit with the Palestinian intransigence to reject a state
Palestinians and the Clinton initiative?) But, if we relate only to the World Bank, the Fund
International Monetary and research institutes, the story they tell us so.
In the territories there are tens of thousands of weapons in private ownership, not forming part of the equipment
of the Palestinian security forces. The price of a rifle - on the model and age-ranges between
NIS thousands and thousands of dollars. When we talk about Palestinian Unfortunately, it is worth remembering their
priorities, both national and private: weapons are more important than welfare, then
education and then prosperity. The problem is not money. The problem is the preference for weapons.
If the Palestinians were fighting the occupation, should - long ago - have had a
independent state, very close to the 1967 lines. But the Palestinians have made every effort
convince Israel and the public opinion, the goal is not the end of the occupation. Its aim was and, for
many, still is, the end of the State of Israel. The reality surpassed fantasy.
Like the dream that was fed around the right of return, which only increased the misery of
those who were forced to remain as refugees, the dream of the destruction of Israel only
increased the misery of the Palestinians. The fault is not theirs alone. The blame belongs also to
propaganda agents in the West. The blame belongs to the propaganda agents who treated
as oppressed and unhappy and not as pairs, responsible for their actions. There is no other explanation
fact that since the Oslo Accords, the Palestinians only in the territories have received $ 5.5, without
account for additional sources, not explicit in the official reports. This amounts to about $ 1,300 per capita.
Information only and to compare, under the Marshall Plan, each European received $ 273 (after
adjustment to the index).
The Palestinians deserve to receive this assistance. They have many good reasons. However, we now see
what happened to this huge amount of money. Was spent on corruption and the Fatah movement was taken
government. Were squandered on weapons, with encouragement from the central government and the result is social unrest
and anarchy. And above all, the blame belongs to those who helped with the influx of these
large amounts of money without making the Palestinians, they undergo a process of withdrawing its
fruitless dreams of destroying Israel. The result is essentially the continuing catastrophe
Palestinian society.

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Iran accuses german Siemens of helping launch Stuxnet cyber-attack

Iran accuses Siemens of helping launch Stuxnet cyber-attack

Senior official says German engineering giant supplied US and Israel with details of control system used by Tehran

    Iran’s Bushehr nuclear plant
    The Bushehr nuclear plant, which was targeted by Stuxnet. Iran claims Siemens helped the US and Israel to launch it. Photograph: Atta Kenare/AFP/Getty Images

    Iran has accused the German engineering firm Siemens of helping Israel and the US launch a computer worm designed to sabotage its nuclear facilities.

    A senior Iranian military commander said that the company facilitated the Stuxnet worm cyber-attack against Iran by providing Washington and Jerusalem with information about a Siemens-designed control system, SCADA, used in Iran’s nuclear sites.

    "Our executive officials should legally follow up the case of Siemens SCADA software which prepared the ground for the Stuxnet worm," Gholamreza Jalali, Iran’s civil defence chief was quoted by the IRNA state news agency as saying.

    "Siemens should explain why and how it provided the enemies with the information about the codes of the SCADA software and prepared the ground for a cyber attack against us," he added.

    Iran initially played down the impact of the malware after its first appeared in July 2010, but in November President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad admitted that the nuclear programme had been affected . However he said that the issues had been resolved without any serious damage.

    According to Jalali, an internal investigation revealed that the worm had been disseminated from sources in the US and Israel.

    "It was a hostile action which could have inflicted serious damage on the country if it had not been dealt with in a timely manner," he said. Last year, Iran assigned an expert group to combat the computer worm.

    Both the US and Israel, which are reported to be conducting covert operations against Iran’s nuclear programme, have not denied computer experts’ claims that they were behind the development of the Stuxnet worm.

    The New York Times reported in January that intelligence services in both countries collaborated in a joint project to develop a malware which targeted the industrial management software that Iran uses to run its centrifuges.

    In March, Ralph Langner, a leading security expert told a conference in California that in his opinion the Israeli intelligence service, the Mossad, was involved but that "there is only one leading source, and that is the United States."

    Siemens did not respond to the Guardian’s request on Sunday for an interview over Iran’s allegations of its involvement in developing the malware.

    Last year, apart from the Stuxnet worm, Iran’s nuclear programme suffered from the assassinations of three of its scientists in operations that some analysts asserted might be a part of the convert war against Iran.

    Siemens was also caught in another row involving Iran when an imprisoned Iranian activist filed a suit against the company and its joint venture with Nokia, NSN, in August 2010 over allegations that they have provided Iran’s state-run telecommunications company with a monitoring system that it has used to spy on its opposition.

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From Irak to Lybie..One interesant article to one interesant discussion..

Mateo Mathaus Mateo Mathaus ENGLISH VERSION :This is now the hour of the doomsayers, the dark oracular "realists" who thriumphierenden "We have-it-ja-from start-to-say-tellers. After weeks of NATO's involvement in Libya, Gaddafi has still not been brought to its knees. "Planetshakers" is the NATO geschliddert in a process of "civil war", with obvious consequences, it is now everywhere, the rebels were too weak to carry off on its own victory, also had an unpredictable bunch, interspersed possibly by al-Qaida, it now threatened "another Afghanistan", and so on and so on.

Photo: AFP NATO has taken on nighttime raids on the Libyan capital, Tripoli in the building of dictator Muammar al-Gaddafi used area.

Frame grave of a damaged building in Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's Bab al-Aziziya compound in Tripoli
Photo: Reuters / Reuters As the BBC in the morning, citing government officials and eyewitnesses reported that several buildings were severely damaged.

A Libyan soldier looks at interior damage to a building in Libyan leader Gaddafi's Mummar Bab al-Aziziya compound in Tripoli
Photo: REUTERS Gaddafi is said to have held in the destroyed building complex conferences. It remains unclear where the rulers at the time of the attack was staying.

Photo: AP / DAPD The door of a lobby on the military base was blown up in the attack. The ground was littered with pieces, picture frames fell off.

Photo: AP / DAPD dozens Gaddafi supporters clambered onto the ruins and Gaddafi called for their support.

Photo: AP / DAPD They hoisted the green flag of Libya.

Still taken from video image of you being injured on laid out on a stretcher in Tripoli
Photo: Reuters / Reuters 15 people were seriously injured.

NATO attacks Gaddafi compound
Photo: AP / DPA was in the early morning we search for the missing.

As is well placed to occasionally remember what has brought the NATO air war in Libya already invaluable to success. Prevents was that Gaddafi's troops capture Benghazi, the center of resistance to tyranny, and there commit a cruel massacre could. One wonders how such a disaster to have the "realist" with a winning Gaddafi will arrange. Would have any realistic political opening, not to mention a humanitarian perspective?

Benghazi is a second Srebrenica became the besieged port city Misrata, for all legitimate criticism of the half-heartedness of NATO, but also not. Gaddafi has not succeeded, the city starve and take, instead, he announced the withdrawal of its troops from there - no longer to be a new, clumsy trick of the dictator who wants to round out to the Western public by the nose and uncertainty. From a distance it can bombard the city further. But after all that Gaddafi trick in this way must make, but clearly that for him forward now not go any further.

Too slow and indecisive

Since NATO took over command of the Libyan intervention by French, British and Americans, the military action has been carried too hesitant and indecisive ahead. But now sends Obama drones, which can cause the Gaddafi thugs more effective and more accurate shots than before. The U.S. president thus documenting the way, that the U.S. is the capacity of the West remains "the indispensable nation."
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In addition to Armament verbesserrn steadily from training the rebels. It is true that Qaddafi is not yet defeated, and he can probably even longer time with the utmost brutality cling on to power. NATO can not loose, but reinforces it finally clear the military pressure, is done in the international world of states largely isolated mass murderer in the medium term security.
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Gaddafi survived the NATO attack

But one should also take it beyond the military once the political achievements of note, to intervene with the decision of the West (minus Germany), in Libya, are connected and are now manifest. Who would have thought it two or three years even conceivable that a U.S. politician like John McCain in an Arab city of Benghazi is as smitten with sweeping U.S. flags and shouts of "Thank you, America!" Received triumphant? McCain, the former Republican presidential candidate, was nevertheless one of the most consistent supporters of the Iraq war. Until recently, he held fast to the maxim that the U.S. would have in Iraq "until victory" continue to fight and therefore sharply criticized Obama's withdrawal plan from early Mesopotamia.

(Jumps Given the vehemence with which McCain the rebel side, one could almost forget that he met in 2009 Gaddafi in Tripoli, and called him a "peacemaker in Africa" ​​and an "interesting man," called it. Even many conservatives and neoconservatives had the agile, pretended dictator since his deal with Bush and Blair in 2003 makabererweise as something of an - albeit sinister - the likely hope for a "modernization" of the Arab world was subject ...)

U.S. has reclaimed sympathy

Ironically, by military intervention on the part of Arab liberation movement, the United States in the Arab world again sympathies recaptured, after the deepest conviction of countless "experts" by the "Iraq adventure" had been lost for ever. And so it is quite possible that soon the war in Iraq in the light of new circumstances that are created by the Arab riots, will be evaluated historically quite new. Yes, the U.S. intervention in Iraq was full of horrible failure and fatal miscalculation, the fall of Saddam Hussein was followed by terrible years of the bloody chaos of sectarian violence and murderous terror.

As early as 1986 U.S. bombing Gaddafi's residence

Already one quarter of a century, the U.S. Air Force bombing raids on Libya Gaddafi - but without a UN mandate. For the U.S. media ...

... was then clear that this Muammar al-Gaddafi should be killed.

The dictator survived the bombing of his residence in the night of 15 April 1986. His 15-month-old adopted daughter ...

... but was killed. Gaddafi's wife and other children were injured. The UN General Assembly condemned the U.S. attacks in November 1986 as "violating the UN Charter and international law."

The approximately half-hour attack was in retaliation for the terrorist attack on U.S. soldiers at the popular nightclub "La Belle" ten days earlier in West Berlin. Here were three people killed and some 200 injured.

For U.S. President Ronald Reagan was clear that Gaddafi had ordered the terrorist attack.

In their attacks on targets in Tripoli and Benghazi were given the US-British support aircraft. The USA, according to the Pentagon's 18 swing-wing F-111 bombers and 15 fighter-bomber of the type A-6E (Intruder) a.

Targets were troops accommodations, port facilities and the military part of the airport of Tripoli. In Benghazi barracks and a military airfield were bombed.

According to one western media reports 60-100 people were killed. In Tripoli, several homes were severely damaged and hit the embassies of France, Switzerland and other countries.

Source: dpa

But seemed there was and remained the same but tremendous example of the overthrow of one of those Arab despots, whose tyranny made to last. Among the prophecies of doom horrified European "real" and "stability policy", which was facing a "destabilizing the entire region," shaking like a leaf, with the fall of one of the worst desert criminal rulers finally taken seriously, and notwithstanding the bloody mess, that this mighty historical rupture was growing, in Iraq the first time in an Arab country approached democratic institutions and freedoms - imperfect and fragile, but until today, but still existent.

Even today, Iraq and its rudimentary democracy have long been out of the woods (the persecution of Christians here is one of the worst chapter), but the return to a dictatorship, as in the dark years 2005-2007 many oh-so disillusioned analysts had been predicted, it has not just given.

Iraq was certainly not the "model" for the democratization of the Arab world as the neo-conservative thinkers had imagined. But he was something like the Big Bang of the democratic uprising in the region, who brought the rotten despotic order slip out of balance and stability subliminally spread its effects to the release of the now self-generated Arab rebellions.

The al-Qaida had set in the way Jahen of chaos in Iraq, but has not prevailed thanks to a massive counter-dam. And in Libya? Yes, there are actually their fighters in the ranks of the rebels. Their combat experience is, according to the cognitions of the BND, used by the anti-Gaddafi-front, their religious propaganda, but not yet adopted, in part, the rebels have publicly distanced themselves from it.

In Internet forum, the al-Qaida self-criticism, the FAS reports of 24.4: "Why we are not attractive," Well, they are not, because the majority of anti-Gaddafi hopes its forces to the west is. The radical Islamists warn BND President Uhrlau would, but "try to adjust and set out" that the prolonged civil war, improve recruitment opportunities. "

Yes, al Qaeda and other Islamist extremists are a real danger in Libya. How great would this only if the West yielded to the "realistic" prophecies of callers and the rebels now in the lurch?

More articles by Richard Herzinger, see his blog "Free World".

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Socialist Spain set a new record: there are nearly 5 million unemployed

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Spain set a new record: there are nearly 5 million unemployed

29/04/1911 - 10:58
The number of unemployed increased in the first quarter at 213,500 people, reaching 4,910,200 at the end of March. The figure is 21.29%.

Spain beat in the first quarter of this year its record high of almost five million unemployed people in this situation, a 21.29 per cent, as reported today by the National Statistics Institute (INE).
The Socialist government of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero believes that this record has touched the ceiling, not to exceed the psychological barrier of the five million unemployed and now start job creation.
The number of unemployed increased in the first quarter at 213,500 people, reaching 4,910,200 at the end of March, according to Labour Force Survey (LFS). This is the highest since 1976.
The unemployment rate of 21.29 percent is also the highest since 1997, when in the second quarter was 20.72 percent. And it is also the highest in Western Europe.
Zapatero’s government described the data as "serious" and "very negative", but believes that unemployment has hit the "maximum" in the first quarter of 2011. "From now on, the Spanish economy will create jobs, and jobs and employment. We’re at the wrong time, "said senior vice president, Alfredo Perez Rubalcaba.
For opposition leader, Mariano Rajoy, is "the worst sad fact of history." And he said, the allusion to the Zapatero government: "We all know that while these people are the front is not possible to address the economic recovery."
The unions, which staged the first strike in September general Zapatero was to protest a labor reform that, among other things, relaxed the dismissal, warned today that the unemployment problem begins to threaten the social cohesion and balance .
The lack of work in Spain is the worst face of economic crisis the country is having difficulty leaving. Since its arrival in late 2007, have destroyed 2.37 million jobs. Between January and March, the destruction was 256,500 jobs.

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