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Jewish rights vs Arab claims.

Dan Nimrod

Jewish rights vs Arab claims.

by Dan Nimrod

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Published by Jordan is Palestine Committee in Snowdon .
Written in English


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SeriesEretz Yisrael -- 2
The Physical Object
Paginationv.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14738837M

  The "Jewish" claims, actually Zionist, or Jewish Zionist claims to Palestine fall in several categories: 1. The British Mandate, a contract between Britain and the League of Nations, said that Jewish immigration into Palestine in order to foster a "national home for Jews" in Palestine should be promoted, provided nothing was done to harm the civil or religious rights of the existing non-Jewish.   The Charity that initially threatened the Roman empire, and the book of the people that eventually defeated it, were both born from Jewish culture. Therefore, claim the land from Mohamed, not Balfour, and make sure the Arab children living in your land are taught Arabic law from the Quran, not foreign inspired political corruptions of it.

  The places of worship and sacred books – Jews follow their history and practice their religion by learning the Talmud, while Arab Muslims do the same with their Koran. Jews have synagogues as their place of worship; on the other hand, Muslims have their own mosques/5(5). It proposes the elimination of Israel and is generally accompanied by calls to establish a bi-national Palestinian-Jewish state in its place. 1 The new anti-Zionists invariably start with the claim that there are no Jewish rights to sovereignty in Israel, or that, in any case, Jewish nationalism is inherently unjust.

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Jewish rights vs Arab claims by Dan Nimrod Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this two-part special, Gordon Robertson examines the facts behind both the Jewish and Arab claims. Get the answers to the following questions: *Who are the Palestinians. *What are the so-called " borders" of Israel. *Is the West Band really "occupied territory".

*Do the Jews hold the legal right to the land of Israel. Whose Land Is it?5/5(5). All Arab factions opposed Zionism and Jewish historical claims to Palestine from the very beginning.

In the Jewish population was less than one-third, and Jews owned less than 8% of the land. Between andthe Jewish population grew f tomostly by by:   In the twenty years that followed the Arab-Israeli war of, Jews left their homes in Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Morocco, and several other Arab countries.

Although the causes of this exodus varied, restrictive governmental measures and an outburst of anti-Semitic feeling during and after the war were major factors. Some of these "Mizrahi" Jews, most of whom were not.

Israel and Palestine’s dueling claims to the city are steeped in decades of conflict, during which Jewish settlers pushed Muslim Arabs out of their homes and established the state of Israel on. The Jews have no claim to the land they call Israel. Palestine was always an Arab country.

The Palestinians are descendants of the Canaanites. The Palestinians have aboriginal rights to Palestine. The Balfour Declaration did not give Jews a right to a homeland in Palestine.

Arabs in Palestine suffered because of Jewish settlement. Zionism is. Arab & Jew: Wounded Spirits in a Promised Land by David Shipler is an extraordinary, powerful & balanced glimpse at life in Israel & the Palestinian Territories by the former New York Times correspondent, based in Jerusalem.

I found the book quite engrossing because it seemed so open to the people who live there and to the possibilities, however slim, for an eventual reconciliation between the 4/5.

But the Palestinians in this book are far from docile victims, devoid of their own agency. They were a large majority and had support from the neighbouring Arab nations.

The Jewish people base their claim to the land of Israel on at least four premises: 1) God promised the land to the patriarch Abraham; 2) the Jewish people settled and developed the land; 3) the international community granted political sovereignty in Palestine to the Jewish people and 4) the territory was captured in defensive wars.

The Jewish Claim to Palestine (1) Background-and the Impact of Jewish Immigration commenced, a number of Arab leaders saw the Jewish return as a benefit to the whole area. Emir Feisal signed civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other Size: KB.

the Arab claim of a tranquil, normally developing Palestinian rural economy allegedly disrupted by Jewish immigration and settlement. A few years ago, the whole Ghor was in the hands of the fellahin, and much of it cultivated for corn. Now the whole of it is in the hands of the.

The Mandate was marked by outbreaks of violence, government white papers and the Arab population's loss of ground to Jewish immigrants. The Arab General Author: Guardian Staff.

Sovereign Jewish claims to the Holy Temple Mount in Jerusalem In the wake of the miraculous 'Six Days War' of Junethe State of Israel handed over control of the Holiest Jewish Religious Site of the Holy Temple Mount Compound to the 'Wakf', the Muslim Religious Council and Trust in an unprecedented act of goodwill and tolerance for the.

While a majority of Arabs are Muslims, there are many non-Muslim Arabs. Further, there are significantly more non-Arab Muslims in areas such as Indonesia and Malaysia than there are Arab Muslims.

Second, it is important to remember that not all Arabs hate Jews, not all Muslims hate Jews, and not all Jews hate Arabs and Muslims. A humanist Jewish movement, a deity-free attempt to replicate Jewish congregational life, founded by Rabbi Sherwin Wine inhas 28 groups, 14 Author: Simon Rocker.

To the Arab rulers and their non-Arab successors, Palestine was a battleground, a corridor, sometimes an outpost, its people a source of taxes and of some manpower for the waging of endless foreign and internecine wars. Nor did a local non-Jewish culture grow. the claim for recognition of Israel as a Jewish state is that such a measure would necessarily undermine the rights of its non-Jewish citizens.

In practice, however, no inherent contradiction exists between recognizing the right of the Jewish peo-ple to self-determination in the state in which it con. Jewish Property Claims Against Arab Countries Book Description: In the twenty years that followed the Arab-Israeli war of, Jews left their homes in Syria, Egypt, Iraq, Yemen, Libya, Morocco, and several other Arab countries.

Jewish claims to Jerusalem are based on universally accepted, well documented HISTORICAL FACTS. They are based on SOLID EVIDENCE. The Arab or Muslim claims are based on crude forgery of this evidence, spiced with imaginary fantasies, and on plain lies. The only problem is that it is useless to try to bother an Arab/Muslim with historical facts.

The rights and claims of one group need not come at the expense of or displace those of the other. the purpose of incorporating the historic claims of Jewish refugees from Arab countries is. Furthermore, Israel has charged that Palestinian refugees were neglected by most Arab nations, whereas Jewish refugees were integrated into Israeli society, and that this neglect is a contributing cause to the poverty and misery experienced by the residents of those camps.

Palestinian refugees. Israel does not recognize a Palestinian Right of Return. Inthe UN partitioned the land into a Jewish state and an Arab state, the Jews accepted the plan and the Arabs rejected it and then attacked the nascent Jewish state, Danon said.Muslims also claim rights to that land in accordance with the Quran.

Contrary to the Jewish claim that this land was promised only to the descendants of Abraham's grandson Jacob (Yisrael), they argue that the Land of Canaan was promised to what they consider the elder son of Abraham, Ishmael, from whom Arabs claim on: Middle East.Part II: The Jewish People and the Arabs Considered within an International context, Jews outside present-day Israel, Arabs in the Worldwide scene.

Jewish & Arab Personalities in History Jewish & Arab Personalities in Modern Times Jewish & Arab Achievements Nobel Prizes Miscellaneous. Part I The State of Israel and the Arab Countries.

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