Morris is was ethnically cleansed - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Marilyn
    • 28.02.07 | 19:51 (IST)

    In 1947-48 before Israel was proclaimed by David Ben Gurion aka David Gruen (Polish immigrant, racist and land thief) the Irgun, Stern and Haganah drove 800,000 people off their land and pushed hundreds of thousands into the sea. 531 villages, towns, bulldozed them all and stole the land then pretended it was vacant but that 800,000 people who were not there somehow managed to leave of their own free will. Although for the life of me I fail to see how the zionists can expect the world to believe that arabs left their homes because they believed arabs were coming to protect them. Doesn't make a lick of sense does it? Israel stole, kill and trashed the land of Palestine and when dozens of Jewish historians say the same thing and back it up with the archival documents I believe them.

    from the article: The other Beit She'an
    First published 00:00 28.02.07 | Last updated 00:00 28.02.07
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