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Old 27-08-2016, 02:28 PM   #1
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Default Palestine Suing UK for Creation of Israel

http://www.timesofisrael.com/palesti...r-declaration/
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Old 27-08-2016, 03:04 PM   #2
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Good for them.

Alot of muslims behind there cause must be loaded, so they must be able to buy decent barristers, to present a decent case.

What ever the result, these sorts of things are the right way to go about it. Play them at there own game.
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Old 27-08-2016, 03:06 PM   #3
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They should sue urrm Israel, UK, France, Germany and the USA.
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Old 27-08-2016, 04:09 PM   #4
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why mess about with the little boys, go straight for the jugular - Rothschild.
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Old 27-08-2016, 04:54 PM   #5
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why mess about with the little boys, go straight for the jugular - Rothschild.
What has Rothschild got to do with it?
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Old 27-08-2016, 05:03 PM   #6
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What has Rothschild got to do with it?
the Rothschild family effectively set the whole mess of wheels in motion during the 1700's.

it's quite verifiable and as Europe's bankers (now the world bankers) they effectively guided various countries through wars, economic boom and bust to get their way.

research the origin of the Israeli flag. It's Rothschild in origin. Read about Nathaniel Rothschild and how he literally made a killing from the battle of waterloo... IMO it all stems from there...

Israel = Rothschild = Israel
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Old 28-08-2016, 10:07 AM   #7
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What has Rothschild got to do with it?
The Balfour Declaration was a personal letter to Lord Walter Rothschild from the Foreign Secretary, promising Palestine as a 'Homeland for the Jews' although it had previously been pledged to the Arabs. They saw Balfour's stance as a betrayal by Britain. The Zionists had promised the support of International Jewry in the war, if they got Palestine in return. Blackmail. (It's not even legal.)


David Lloyd George wrote in 1937:

"In this critical situation it was believed that Jewish sympathy or the reverse would make a substantial difference one way or the other to the Allied cause. In particular Jewish sympathy would confirm the support of American Jewry, and would make it more difficult for Germany to reduce her military commitments and improve her economic position on the eastern front... The Zionist leaders gave us a definite promise that, if the Allies committed themselves to giving facilities for the establishment of a national home for the Jews in Palestine, they would do their best to rally Jewish sentiment and support throughout the world to the Allied cause. They kept their word."

Palestinian historian Rashid Khalidi has argued that following the Balfour Declaration there ensued "what amounts to a hundred years of war against the Palestinian people."

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Old 28-08-2016, 10:11 AM   #8
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Has the Balfour declaration got any legal standing? after all it was just a personal letter.
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Old 28-08-2016, 10:55 AM   #9
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By Nabeel Shaath

31 Oct 2012

Over the past few weeks, British diplomats have stated that they are doing all they can to discourage Palestine’s bid for “observer state” status in the UN General Assembly. If this is an official British position, then it is reprehensible, yet not all that surprising.

Ninety-five years ago tomorrow, on November 2, 1917, British imperialism in Palestine began when Lord Balfour, the then British foreign secretary and former prime minister, sent a letter to Baron Rothschild, one of the leaders of the Zionist movement. This letter became known as the “Balfour Declaration”.

In that letter, Balfour promised British support for the Zionist programme of establishing a “national home for the Jewish people” in Palestine. This pledge of support was made without consulting the indigenous Christian and Muslim inhabitants of Palestine, the Palestinian people. And it was made before British troops had even conquered the land.

Balfour, on behalf of Britain, promised Palestine – over which Britain had no legal right – to a people who did not even live there (of the very small community of Palestinian Jews in Palestine in 1917, very few were Zionists). And he did so with the worst of intentions: to discourage Jewish immigration to Britain. No wonder Lord Montagu, the only Jewish member of the Cabinet, opposed the declaration.

And yet, just two years earlier, Britain had committed herself to assisting the Arab nations in achieving their independence from the Ottoman Empire. Arab fighters all over the region, including thousands of Palestinians, fought for their freedom, allowing Britain to establish her mandate in Palestine.

From that moment, Palestine became the victim of colonial conspiracies. The Balfour Declaration helped to encourage Zionist immigration into Palestine and away from America and Western Europe. Concomitantly, Britain repressed Palestinian nationalism, which was exemplified by its crushing of the Arab revolt of 1936-1939 and the denial of the right of the Palestinian people to express their will through their own representation. In fact, Britain suppressed Palestinian political representation through a policy of systematic denial of Palestinian political rights.

The dying days of Britain’s rule in Palestine were marked by destruction, blood, and the start of the Palestinian exile, meaning the expulsion of the majority of the Palestinian people against the backdrop of Zionist terrorism. It was not the Palestinians who blew up the King David Hotel, who blew up the British Embassy in Rome, who tried to assassinate Ernest Bevin, Britain’s foreign secretary, and who succeeded in assassinating Lord Moyne, British minister of state in the Middle East. That was the Irgun, an ideological Right-wing group – and the predecessor to Israel’s ruling Likud Party.

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Old 28-08-2016, 05:54 PM   #10
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Which is quite ridiculous.


Lloyd George devised the 'Israel' plan. Once he had got the plan past Parliament, he got Lord Balfour to write TO Walter Rothschild. They approached him, not the other way round.
Rothschild was head of the Zionist Federation at the time and that's why Balfour addressed his letter to him. If someone else had been head of the Zionist Federation they would have got the letter instead and Rothschild wouldn't have been in the picture at all.
[The Waterloo thing isn't true either
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-10216101.html ]

The Balfour Declaration was officially abandoned by the British Government in 1939.

That's why the Jewish extremists were battling the British after WW2 to acquire an independent Jewish homeland, because the British had double-crossed them. [They hadn't done it during the war years because they didn't want to inadvertently aid the Nazis by tying up British forces.]

When the British left the Palestinian Protectorate at the end of their mandate, they left no Israel. They left only chaos. British commander Bernard Montgomery (he of El Alamein) infamously declared that he gave the Jews "three weeks" after British forces pulled out.

The UN gave Israel statehood by majority vote. Britain abstained because after the Jewish insurgency and its violence there was a decidedly anti-Semitic tone in the country and because we didn't want to upset the Arabs because we wanted their oil.

There was only Ottoman Arabia, a melting pot of different peoples, when Lloyd George made his promise of independent homelands to the Jews (which he didn't keep) and the Arab tribal leaders (which he did keep). The Palestinians suing Britain? Not a chance. Though the Turks might have a case!
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Old 28-08-2016, 06:01 PM   #11
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Nonsense the Isralei's were too aggressive and unreasonable with the conditions of the Mandate. The British had just been allied with the Arabs. It all got out of control and the Jews went full on blitzkreig and genocided half a million Arabs.

It could,have been handled better to say the least.
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