To Proud Pal Defender # 41 - Some logic. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Dolly
    • 16.07.07 | 16:48 (IDT)

    Dear Pal Defender, if you need some logic, here is more for your info. Firstly Palestinians are auhentically Arabs as it has been stated clearly and informatively. In the History of the World [as Danny Rubinstein appears not to know] Palestinians have never existed as a Nation. Palestine was ruled alternatively by Rome, when Jews were the natives, by Islamic/Christian Crusaders, by the Ottomans and briefly by the British after WW1. Therefore those who call themselves Palestinians today were known under British rule as Palestinian/ARABS and consisted of a community of Arab peoples who much later under their leader Arafat elected to call themselves Palestinians by virtue of the fact that they had lived in the region. On the other hand to say that these people belong to the region of Palestine is not quite authentic because they are Arabs and their Homeland rightly belongs to where they originate from - and that together with their Brethren is Saudi Arabia and not Palestine

    from the article: Nothing to sell the Palestinians
    First published 00:00 16.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 16.07.07
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