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    • yazeed
    • 30.10.11 | 15:25 (IST)

    1922 census of Palestine: The reported population was 757,182, including the military and persons of foreign nationality. The division into religious groups was 590,390 Muslims, 83,694 Jews, 73,024 Christians, 7,028 Druze, 1,454 Hindus, 808 Sikhs, 265 Bahais, 156 Metawalis, and 163 Samaritans. What happened to the popoulation? what changed since then? The so-called "palestinians" owned the land before you did... In 1945, of 26.4 million dunams of land in Mandate Palestine, 12.8 million was owned by Arabs, 1.5 million by Jews, 1.5 million was public land and 10.6 millions constituted the desertic Beersheba district (Negev). By 1949, s. Israel controlled 20.5 million dunams (approx. 20 500 km²) or 78% of lands in what had been Mandate Palestine: 8% (approx. 1,650 km²) were privately controlled by Jews, 6% (approx. 1,300 km²) by Arabs, with the remaining 86% was public land. Numbers don't lie.. if you are smart and can compare these numbers with the current situation... you can easily tell that this is pure colonization.... and "Israel" is the agressor..

    from the article: U.S., EU scramble to delay Palestinian bid to join UNESCO
    First published 00:53 30.10.11 | Last updated 00:53 30.10.11
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