No ground troops had been sent to the Incirlik Air Base, says Saudi general.11:03 14.02.16 | 0 comments
Even if Israel did force out 750,000 Arabs, they were not slaughtered, nor turned into slave laborers. Furthermore, there was a war started by Arabs, in which Palestinians openly supported their Arab bretheren, some by joining the battles. Their supreme leader, Ayatollah Kameinei, was an avid supporter of the Holocaust and the Nazis. There was no way for Israelis to know who was enemy or friend. The Jews in Europe were not at war with the Germans, they did not start a war, nor was there any solid reason to exterminate an entire population from the world. Nobody denies that many Arabs left Israel, but the reasons were far different. And that is not even taking into consideration that many of them left on their own valition, out of fear, or were coerced by the Jordanians, Syrians and Egptians to leave.