Yes, Germans were brutaly pushed out , ethnicaly cleansed in 1945 - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Canadian Historian
    • 26.06.10 | 15:59 (IDT)

    The Allied Keaders decide at the Yalta Conference in 1944 to realign borders between Czechoslovakia, Poland, Soviet Union and Germany. It was to create "ethnicaly" homogenious national States. It was in fact "ethnic Cleansing" pf German civilans who were expelled on foot and horse buggies from teritories they leaved for centuries and tousand years. 9 million Germans were expelled from whats now Western Poland, Sudeten in Czech Rep., east Prusia. Millions of Polish people were resettled from whats now Ukraina and Lituania.. Also Etnik Cleansing. It was brutal treatment of Poles by Sovites and Germans by the victors of WWII. 250,000 Jewish survivors were mistreated and left for homeland in wahts now Israel. Part of the ethnic cleansing of 1945-48 in Poland, Czech Rep and Soviet. new territories. Arabs Pals and its European allies raise now the cry: "Jews go back to Poland, Germany..." But, If we were part of the ethnic Cleansing in 1945 then lets be fair and balanced. Let the 9 million Germans plus their descendants move back to Silesia, Pomerania,, Kaliningrad (E. Prussia). Millions of Poles back to Western Ukraine , Lviv, Lituuania. Vilno,. Then Jews from Israel will go back to Poland, Czech Rep, Germany, Irak, Egypt... Eastern Europe has been peaceful without wars since 1945. The only region and Arab people who did not accept peace. Not uncharacteristic. There was not one conflict between Araba and Moslems which was spved by negotiations. Ironicaly, Europeans who stood by , in fact very little to help Jews during WWII are supporting Arabcalls for expulsion of the Jewish state from their homeland.

    from the article: Erekat to Meridor: Without two-state solution by year's end, 'you will sweat'
    First published 08:09 26.06.10 | Last updated 08:09 26.06.10
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