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    • commonsense
    • 26.12.11 | 20:39 (IST)

    before WW2 The Palestine Post (now the Jerusalem Post) was the Jewish English-language newspaper, The Palestine Orchestra (now the Israel Philharmonic) was a Jewish orchestra, The United Palestine Appeal, an American charity, raised money to resettle homeless Jews from Europe in Palestine, Arabs living in the territory of Palestine were called “Arabs” and only very occasionally “Palestinian Arabs” and for two decades before they lost the Six-Day War in 1967 Arabs controlled the entire West Bank, the Gaza Strip and half of Jerusalem - they could have established a Palestinian state anytime they wanted, they never tried; the famous UN Resolution 242, which ended the Six-Day War, makes no reference to Palestinians, but just refers to “refugees” until the 1970s palestinian nationalism was almost unheard-of; it had to be invented after 1967 still, that doesn't mean palestinian arabs shouldn't have a state called "palestine" and finally live in peace and prosperity - the problem is, they never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity to finally get it

    from the article: Sheldon Adelson to Birthright group: Gingrich is right to call Palestinians 'invented people'
    First published 09:26 26.12.11 | Last updated 09:26 26.12.11
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