The individual may not have voted, or even been able to vote for the party in power when violence erupted... In this instance, all but a few thousand Palestine refugees still alive today were CHILDREN in 1948. Neither the Palestinians of 1948 (few left) or the Palestinians of today (all children in 1948) voted for the leaders of the Arab League countries. ... They did not vote for the Grand Mufti. He was no longer the Grand Mufti when he met Hitler. (he certainly didn't represent the Palestinians at this time) His brigades were not Palestinian and were not even in Palestine. http://wp.me/pDB7k-m1 ... As for RoR being a threat to Israel. It's a fallacy. http://wp.me/pDB7k-jS There has NEVER been a demographic threat within the actual sovereign territories of Israel, but in the territories Israel had illegally acquired by war, by 1950.
Islamic State destroys part of Syria's Temple of Bel, monitoring group says (Reuters)
from the article: 'What good did this do us?'