Israel's Foreign Ministry ordered to 'reassess' EU involvement with Palestinians after decision to label West Bank goods; 'decision is almost completely devoid of any real significance,' official says.23:15 29.11.15 | 25 comments
Why would the Israelis compensate Germans expelled from Palestine by the British? I also don't recall the British, prior to WW II, expelling Germans, or Brits, from Britain for displaying Nazi symbol. Herr Hitler was still quite popular, and Chamberlain made an agreement with him in Munich in 1938. And a Swedish politician nominated Hitler for the Nobel Peace Price, but nothing came of it. The tall tales Zionists make up to counter criticism continue to amaze me. Does anyone believe such nonsense? The facts: 2000 Germans who were evicted and expropriated by Israel in 1950 were granted compensation in the Luxemburg Agreement of 1952.