Este video refuta algunos mitos concerniendo el origen del nombre ‘Palestina’ y de los ‘árabes palestinos’ Documenta que los ‘árabes palestinos’ de hecho vinieron casi todos de otros lados, y migraron a lo que hoy es Israel al mismo tiempo que los judíos sionistas, muchos de ellos debido al enorme crecimiento económico que los judíos sionistas produjeron en lo que entonces era el Mandato Británico de Palestina. Contrario a lo que comúnmente se afirma, los judíos sionistas no se robaron la “mejor” tierra de los terratenientes árabes sino que compraron desierto y pantano abandonado de dueños ausentes que ansiaban vender esa tierra. Como muestra el documental, eso lo explicó el mismo Hajj Amín al Husseini, fundador del movimiento palestino, cuando hubo de comparecer frente a un comité de investigación británico luego de organizar su cuarta oleada terrorista en contra de los judíos del Mandato (misma que duró de 1936 a 1939).
What is the real history of Palestine? Who are the indigenous people of this long disputed land? Few seem interested in the truth.
The video dispels certain myths concerning the origin of the name ‘Palestine’ and of the ‘Arab Palestinians.’ It documents that the ‘Arab Palestinians’ are in fact mostly from other places, and migrated to what is now Israel at the same time as the Zionist Jews, many of them because of the economic boom that the Zionist Jews produced in what was then British Mandate Palestine. The Zionist Jews did not steal the “best” land from Arab landowners but in fact purchased abandoned desert and swamp land from absentee Arab landlords who were quite eager to sell. This was explained by Hajj Amin al Husseini himself. Husseini, father of the Palestinian movement, launched his fourth terrorist attack against the Jews of the Mandate in 1936-39. The violence was so great that the British sent a team to investigate. When questioned, Husseini admitted that the Zionist Jews had not stolen anybody’s land but in fact had bought it. In fact, Husseini had been among the major consolidators and sellers of land, and growing tremendously rich by it.
It was near to impossible for the Yugoslav Socialist government and the Serbian people, to get a fair hearing – most notably on the Left, especially among liberals, progressives, academics, and human rights activists thanks to the efforts of so many leading lights in the “alternative” world of progressive group-think.
What I see now is that the policies the Left is championing are less oppositional, than aligned with the western elite, if unwittingly, although increasingly I wonder.
What I see is that the accusations, the threats, and the demands made against Israel and the Jews bear an uncanny resemblance to those made against Yugoslavia – before it was destroyed.