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Arab historian says “There was nothing called a Palestinian people” in 1917

As Arab historian Abd Al-Ghani Salameh says, in 1917,  “there was nothing called a Palestinian people.”   Even PLO leader Yasser Arafat admits as much in his authorized biography:

“If there is any such thing as a Palestinian people, it is I, Yasser Arafat, who created them.”

The pretext of inventing a fictional people by powerful nations to destroy and lay claim to the sovereign territory of weaker nations has been ongoing.  As long persecuted peoples–peoples repeatedly targeted for extermination–Jews and Serbs in particular should open their eyes to the process. It is they who have been made victims of this kind of warfare.

To justify the ongoing terrorism against Jews and Serbs and their rightful nationhood, new “peoples” were invented that never before existed in history: the ‘Palestinians’ and the ‘Kosovars’: Arabs and Albanians respectively.  Acting as proxies of the powerful, they have been actively appropriating the  identities of their victims: Assuming their histories, destroying their places of worship, as a means of laying claim to indigenous, sacred lands through occupation and terror.      The Bill Clinton White House gave significant support to both, as did the Germans, the British, and other western leaders.

The resulting loss of life has been enormous; it continues.  The justification: Wholly fraudulent and criminal.

 

Albright Arafat

Historian Abd Al-Ghani Salameh: “Before the Balfour Promise (i.e., Declaration) when the Ottoman rule ended (1517 – 1917), Palestine’s political borders as we know them today did not exist, and there was nothing called a Palestinian people with a political identity as we know today, since Palestine’s lines of administrative division stretched from east to west and included Jordan and southern Lebanon, and like all peoples of the region [the Palestinians] were liberated from the Turkish rule and immediately moved to colonial rule, without forming a Palestinian people’s political identity.” [Official PA TV, special broadcast for the 100th anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, Nov. 1, 2017]

From time to time, they admit the truth, the fraud perpetrated against the Jewish people.

“The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct “Palestinian people” to oppose Zionism. Yes, the existence of a separate Palestinian identity exists only for tactical reasons, Jordan, which is a sovereign state with defined borders, cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa, while as a Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and Jerusalem. However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan.” – Arab “Palestinian” leader & PLO member Zuheir Mohsen, 1977.

The “Palestinian” movement, has one central purpose: The destruction of the Jewish homeland, and thus, the Jewish people.

At its core, it is genocidal, which in part, explains why old German Nazis were not only behind this fiction, but sought themselves to be identified with it, as Nazi Major General Otto-Ernst Remer explained in a lengthy interview in 1993 to Ahmed Rami at Al-Shaab, an Arab language newspaper in Cairo.  He gave this interview just as the former Yugoslavia was being dismembered, and the Serbian people were being demonized and targeted. Simultaneously, Israel was being forced by the Clinton White House and international community, to accept the exiled  PLO terrorist group, led by Arafat, into Israel.

As explained in an earlier Adara Press post, Remer,  famous for serving as Hitler’s loyal body guard during World War II, argued that “the German people and the Muslims are bound, in fact, by a common legacy of persecution, tragic dispossession, and victimhood.”

It’s quite the spin. Here’s how he put it:

“The German people sees from his life story and from his tragedy that he has something in common with the fate of the Palestinians and the muslims. As a result of World War I and World War II, millions of Germans were chased away from their homeland and their country. The rest of Germany was torn apart.”

As is clear, Remer hopes in this 1993 interview (which you can read more of here), that Muslims, (and even Germans!) are perceived as the true persecuted peoples, not the Jews. Adara Press explains the significance of this argument in the referenced post provided here:

If successful,

…the concerned citizens of the world would at last ‘recognize’, as the Nazis had, the true malevolent forces at work on the world stage. By curious coincidence, they were the very peoples the Nazis had sought to exterminate in World War II: the Serbs and the Jews. Only this time the international community would be persuaded to show them, not sympathy, but scorn, and the promise of unchecked persecution, terror, and violence, now sanctioned – even championed— by the latest crop of self-proclaimed ‘custodians’ of morality — human rights activists, Leftists, academics, even church groups advocating righteous retribution against Jews, and Serbs for their alleged repression of Muslims.

This time around, the Nazis would get it right – and perhaps be hailed for their efforts, if initially through muslim proxy.

The old Nazi spelled it out so that even the most simpleminded of Arabs would grasp the significance. In Bosnia, and in Palestine, he explained, “only muslims are slaughtered” adding that “95 percent of the arms smuggled to the Serbians come from Israeli sources…”

The tactical advantage this narrative provided was significant. The victims of Nazi genocide, tiny, remnant populations of Serbs and Jews, would henceforth be recast as militaristic perpetrators of ethnic cleansing against Muslims. Once established, Serbs and Jews could do no right, irrespective of the deadly peril they faced. Each and every military response they took in defense of their national security and civilian populations would be branded as fascist aggression and condemned. Henceforth, each and every attack upon them—no matter how heinous and horrific— was not just discounted, but excused, even commended as justified retaliation.

Henceforth, as Hitler’s loyal bodyguard announced, “only muslims are slaughtered.” 

And, at last, as the Time magazine made clear on its cover, the Serbs would be brought “TO HEEL” – a feat the Germans had failed to accomplish in two world wars.

Germans, for their part, could not but welcome such easy redemption, the wholesale diminishment in the public arena of the magnitude and scale of their monstrous atrocities, largely through the strategic transference of the stigma of Nazism onto their victims, by condemning Jews and Serbs for committing that for which they themselves were guilty. It was a Holocaust denial home run—and it worked like a charm, on Liberal and Leftist Jews in particular.

For Germany, it was a propaganda coup of incalculable measure, as it sought to regain its political stature, moral authority, and economic preeminence in Europe, especially now, on the heels of its reunification and international resurgence. General Remer’s 1993 Islamic ‘revelations’ hint at the global implications of the Clinton – Izetbegovic—Iranian axis

You can read more here:

“The German people sees from his life story…that he has something in common with the fate of the Palestinians and the muslims.” | Otto-Ernst Remer

An informative comment on this video from Youtube.  Please excuse the formatting:

————————————— THE FACTS AND HISTORY —————————————
There has never been such a country called Palestine. Israel was RE-formed on land previously ruled by the Ottoman empire, similarly to other countries in the region such as Lebanon, Iraq and others. There is no such thing as “Palestinian people”.
It’s worth noting that newspapers such as the ‘Palestine post’ were Jewish newspapers (this one for example turned into the ‘Jerusalem post’). This is also true about other official “Palestine” related stuff from the time before Israel was RE-formed. If you happened to say “Palestinian” before the RE-formation of Israel, you were actually referring to the Hebrews living in the land, not the Arabs.
Take a look at this flag book from 1939 (3rd row on the right): imgur.com/a/4hlH2 The term “Palestine” was later discarded, as it should have been, because the original name for the land – Israel, has been restored (it’s simple: Israel is not Palestine, just like Jerusalem is not Aelia-Capitolina, and Schem is not Nablus).
It is only in the mid 1960’s that the Arabs hijacked the term, and its widespread usage only took off after the 1967 Arab-Israeli war. the Arabs used this terminology as a political propaganda tool to de-legitimize Israel, after they failed to steal the Hebrew homeland by force with the Arab armies, by invading and attempting to conquer the land. Ironically, the term “Palestinian” originate from the term ‘Pleshet’ to describe INVADERS by the Hebrews.
Those who willingly identify as “Palestinians” are declaring themselves to be invaders/colonizers in Hebrew land.
It’s important to note that this propaganda tool was supported by the Communists/Soviets. On the other hand, just a few decades before that, the Arab “Palestinians” were hand in hand with the Nazis. They have aided them under the leadership of the mufti Amin Al Husseini – who is often regarded ‘founding father’ of the Arab “Palestinians”. Mufti Amin Al Husseini became an SS general, but he had anti-jewish genocidal ideology long before the Nazis rose the power. He has incited and caused violence and terror against the Jewish people in their homeland since the early 1920’s (for example: causing the 1929 Hebron massacre).
Yasser Arafat, the first official “Palestinian” leader was an Arab from Egypt, who was born and raised in Egypt and lived there till the 1950’s – some “Palestinian” eh? Arab “Palestinians” are nothing more than bands of foreign Arab invaders and illegal immigrants from all over the Arab and Islamic world (some of them even originating from places that are not part of the middle-east, such as Bosnia).
Most of them came as recent as the 19th and 20th centuries. As for those who were before that – most of those were Arab Bedouins who are Arab nomadic tribes who did not permanently settle in places, and thus did not stay for prolonged periods of time. Many Arabs even came to Gaza, Judea and Samaria from Egypt and Jordan while these areas were under Egyptian and Jordanian occupation on the periods between 1948 to 1967.
Here are some very informative and interesting quotes directly Arab “Palestinian” leaders:
“There is no such country as Palestine. ‘Palestine’ is a term the Zionists invented. There is no Palestine in the bible …Palestine is ALIEN to us” – Arab “Palestinian” leader Awni Abdul-Hadi, Peel Commission, 1937.
“The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel for our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of a Palestinian people, since Arab national interests demand that we posit the existence of a distinct “Palestinian people” to oppose Zionism. Yes, the existence of a separate Palestinian identity exists only for tactical reasons, Jordan, which is a sovereign state with defined borders, cannot raise claims to Haifa and Jaffa, while as a Palestinian, I can undoubtedly demand Haifa, Jaffa, Beer-Sheva and Jerusalem. However, the moment we reclaim our right to all of Palestine, we will not wait even a minute to unite Palestine and Jordan.” – Arab “Palestinian” leader & PLO member Zuheir Mohsen, 1977.
“We all have Arab roots, and every Palestinian in Gaza and throughout Palestine can prove his Arab roots – whether from Saudi Arabia, Yemen or anywhere else.” “… Half the Palestinians are (Arab) Egyptians and the other half are (Arab) Saudis” – Arab “Palestinian” Hamas minister Fathi Hammad, 2012.
Here are some of the most common family names among the “Palestinians”:
“Masri” = from Egypt-Hamas member of Parliament, Mushir al-Masri (the word “masri” littelery means “the egyptian” in arabic !).
“Khamis”= Bahrain
“Salem Hanna Khamis”
“al-Faruqi”= Mosul, Iraq
“al-Araj” = Morocco, a member of the Saadi Dynasty “Hussein al-Araj”
“al Lubnani” = the Lebanese
“al-Mughrabi” = the Moroccan (Maghreb” – meaning “West” in Arabic, and usually referring to North Africa or specifically to Morocco)
“al-Djazair” = the Algerian
“al-Yamani” = the Yemeni “Issam Al Yamani”
“al-Afghani” = the Afghan
“al-Hindi” = the Indian “Amin al-Hindi”
“Iraqi” = from Iraq.
“halabi” = from Aleppo, Syria
“El Baghdadi” = from Baghdad Iraq.
“Tarabulsi”= Tarabulus-Tripoli, Lebanon.
“Hourani” = Houran Syria.
“al-Husayni” = Saudi Arabia. “
Saudi” = Saudi Arabia.
“Metzarwah”= Egypt.
“Barda—wil” = “Salah Bardawil” HAMAS legislator in Gaza; Egypt, Bardawil Lake area.
“Nashashibi” = Syria.
“Bushnak” = Bosnia
“zoabi”= from Iraq: “Haneen Zoabi”.
“Turki” = Turkey “Daud Turki”
“al-Kurd” = Kurdistan.
“Haddadins” = YEMEN descended from Ghassanid Christian Arabs.
“Arab Abu-Kishk” = Egypt.(Bedouins)
“Arab al shakirat” = Egypt (Bedouins)
“Arab al zabidat” = Egypt (Bedouins)
“Arab al aramsha” = Egypt (Bedouins)
“Abu Sitta” = In Arabic’ Abu means father and sitta means six. Translated it actually means father of six. (The Abu Sitta family primarily received this name because around the year 1700, a well known knight of the large Al-Tarabeen tribe always had six slaves (i.e. fedawyah, bodyguards), 3 on each side, with him. They were with him wherever he went, day or night. Hence the name “ABU SITTA.” = Egypt (Bedouins)
“Salman Abu Sitta “.)
Even Yasser Arafat, the most famous “Palestinian” and leader of the P.L.O terrorist organization, was not native to Judea. He called himself a “Palestinian refugee” but spoke Arabic with an Egyptian accent. He was born in 1929 Cairo, Egypt. He served in the Egyptian army, studied in the University of Cairo, and lived in Cairo until 1956! His full name was Mohammed Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini. “Al-Qudwa” tribe origin?
Yasser Arafat also proudly stated in his authorized biography that, “If there is any such thing as a Palestinian people, it is I, Yasser Arafat, who created them.”
Here is some genetic data for Arab “Palestinian”: According to a 2010 study by Behar et al. titled “The genome-wide structure of the Jewish people”, Palestinians tested clustered genetically close to Bedouins, Jordanians and Saudi Arabians which was described as “consistent with a common origin in the Arabian Peninsula”.
A study found that the Palestinians, have what appears to be Female-Mediated gene flow in the form of Maternal DNA Haplogroups from Sub-Saharan Africa. Palestinian individuals tested, carried maternal haplogroups that originated in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The most likely explanation for the presence of predominantly female lineages of African origin in these areas is that they may trace back to women brought from Africa as part of the Arab slave trade, assimilated into the areas under Arab rule.
In a genetic study of Y-chromosomal STRs in two populations from Israel and the Palestinian Authority Area: Christian and Muslim Palestinians showed genetic differences. A 2013 study of Haber and et al. found that “The predominantly Muslim populations of Syrians, Palestinians and Jordanians cluster on branches with other Muslim populations as distant as Morocco and Yemen.” The authors explained that “religious affiliation had a strong impact on the genomes of the Levantines. In particular, conversion of the region’s populations to Islam appears to have introduced major rearrangements in populations’ relations through admixture with culturally similar but geographically remote populations leading to genetic similarities between remarkably distant populations.” The authors also reconstructed the genetic structure of pre-Islamic Levant and found that “it was more genetically similar to Europeans than to (nowadays) Middle Easterners”.
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Let us now see what the Quran itself says: And thereafter We (Allah) said to the Children of Israel:
‘Dwell securely in the Promised Land. And when the last warning will come to pass, we will gather you together in a mingled crowd.” [Qur’an 17 : 104]
“O my people (the Hebrews)! Enter the Holy Land, which God has assigned unto you”, [Qur’an: 5 : 21]
“We (Allah) settled the Israelites in a blessed land and provided them with good things”. [Qur’an: 10 : 93]
“it was Our (Allah’s) will to favor those who were oppressed (the Hebrews) and to make them leaders of man, to bestow on them a noble heritage and to give them power in the land (of Israel)”. [Qur’an: 28 : 5-6]
“We (Allah) gave the persecuted people (the Hebrews) dominion over the eastern and western lands which We had blessed (the east and west banks of the Jordan River). Thus your Lord’s gracious word was fulfilled for the Israelites, because they had endured with fortitude [Qur’an: 7 : 137]
It’s funny how so many Muslims go against Allah and the Quran when it suits them.

 

 

 

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