Recognizing the Palestinian Holocaust
~ Jewish Groups Remain Silent
May 20, 2009
By Mark Glenn
American Free Press Newspaper
“And the LORD spake unto Moses saying, “Speak unto the children of Israel, and say unto them the following ~ When ye are passed over the Jordan river into the land of Canaan, ye shall drive out all the inhabitants of the land from before you, and destroy all their pictures, and destroy all their molten images, and tear down all their high places…And ye shall dispossess the inhabitants of the land, and dwell therein, for I have given you the land to possess it…But if ye will not drive out the inhabitants of the land from before you; then it shall come to pass, that those which shall remain shall be pricks in your eyes and thorns in your sides and shall vex you in the land wherein ye dwell…” ~
Book of Numbers 33:50-56
In the latest coughing fit laying bare the sickness of soul infecting and guiding the very existence of the Jewish state, one of Israel’s largest political parties has introduced a bill in the Knesset outlawing freedom of speech when it comes to commemorating the other Holocaust about which no one seems to know anything, meaning what was done to the Palestinians 60+ years ago by the Jews in an event known as “al Nakbah”.
Introduced by MK Alex Miller of Israel Beiteinu (”Our Land Israel“), the bill is set for deliberation this week in a Knesset dominated by radical, messianic, violence-prone members of both the aforementioned IB party and Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud.
In the interest of covering up and then “wiping off the map” of history Israel’s 6-decade legacy of racism, genocide and terrorism against the Palestinian people, the law is but one more manifestation of what is now the all-too-typical Judeo-centric paradigm so much a part of the way Jews see themselves in relation to the rest of the world’s peoples ever since the days of Abraham and Moses.
Jewish villages were built in the place of Arab villages. You do not even know the names of these Arab villages, and I do not blame you because geography books no longer exist. Not only do the books not exist, the Arab villages are not there either. Nahlal arose in the place of Mahlul; Kibbutz Gvat in the place of Jibta; Kibbutz Sarid in the place of Huneifis; and Kefar Yehushua in the place of Tal al-Shuman. There is not a single place built in this country that did not have a former Arab population. ~ David Ben Gurion quoted in The Jewish Paradox, by Nahum Goldmann, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1978, p. 99.
In effect, the law criminalizes any publicly-demonstrated mourning surrounding the event taking place 61 years ago when as many as 750,000 Palestinians ~ Christian and Muslim alike ~ were “persuaded” by Jewish thugs working for terrorist organizations such as Irgun and the Stern Gang to succumb to a pre-planned program of ethnic cleansing by relocating themselves to all the luxury, opulence and comfort of tented outdoor refugee camps scattered throughout Gaza, Jordan, the West Bank and Lebanon.
This is not the first time such a bill has been introduced in Israel’s law-making body. Perhaps fearing the kind of public-relations backlash that would inevitably result from the obvious hypocrisy of such a law (given that Israel and her various mouthpieces are constantly screeching up a storm whenever someone from within the Gentile community dares entertain even an ounce of skepticism or irreverence for the Holocaust of Jews in WWII) similar proposals have been introduced on previous occasions but never made into law.
Now however, with “Bubba” Netanyahu as Prime Minister and Avigdor Lieberman (founder and leader of Israel Beiteinu) serving as both Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister and with more and more people in Israel leaning more towards the extremist side of an already-extremist ideology known as Zionism, the proposed law has a better chance of becoming a fait accompli.
For those lacking a working knowledge of exactly what took place during the Palestinian holocaust known as the “Nakbah”, it can effectively be described as the spark plug for 90% of the problems springing up in the Middle East today.
In 1948 over the course of a mere few days, close to 750,000 persons ~ Christian and Muslim alike ~ were run from the homes and lands in which they and their ancestors dwelt for literally thousands of years.
In the wee hours of the morning, well-trained/well-armed Jewish terrorists working for the aforementioned organized crime organizations Irgun and Stern Gang went on a religiously-inspired rampage throughout hundreds of Arab villages, shooting women and children, dynamiting homes, blowing up churches, schools and shops.
Writing in his memoirs, Christian clergyman Father Audeh Rantisi describes what he endured as a boy of 11 when he and his family were forced from their home of many generations to make what life they could for themselves in the refugee camps of Ramallah ~
“I cannot forget the three horror-filled days in July of 1948. Israeli soldiers forced thousands of Palestinians from their homes near the Mediterranean coast, even though some families had lived in the same houses for centuries. My family had been in the town of Lydda in Palestine at least 1,600 years.
Without water, we stumbled into the hills and continued for three deadly days. The Jewish soldiers followed, occasionally shooting over our heads to scare us and keep us moving. Terror filled my eleven-year-old mind as I wondered what would happen. I remembered overhearing my father and his friends express alarm about recent massacres by Jewish terrorists. Would they kill us, too?
We did not know what to do, except to follow orders and stumble blindly up the rocky hills. I walked hand in hand with my grandfather, who carried our only remaining possessions ~ a small tin of sugar and some milk for my aunt’s two-year-old son, sick with typhoid.
The horror began when Zionist soldiers deceived us into leaving our homes, then would not let us go back, driving us through a small gate just outside Lydda. I remember the scene well: thousands of frightened people being herded like cattle through the narrow opening by armed soldiers firing overhead.
In front of me a cart wobbled toward the gate. Alongside, a lady struggled, carrying her baby, pressed by the crowd. Suddenly, in the jostling of the throngs, the child fell. The mother shrieked in agony as the cart’s metal-rimmed wheel ran over her baby’s neck. That infant’s death was the most awful sight I had ever seen.
Outside the gate the soldiers stopped us and ordered everyone to throw all valuables onto a blanket. One young man and his wife of six weeks, friends of our family, stood near me. He refused to give up his money. Almost casually, the soldier pulled up his rifle and shot the man. He fell, bleeding and dying while his bride screamed and cried.
I felt nauseated and sick, my whole body numbed by shock waves. That night I cried, too, as I tried to sleep alongside thousands on the ground. Would I ever see my home again? Would the soldiers kill my loved ones, too?
Early the next morning we heard more shots and sprang up. A bullet just missed me and killed a donkey nearby. Everybody started running as a stampede. I was terror-stricken when I lost sight of my family, and I frantically searched all day as the crowd moved along.
That second night, after the soldiers let us stop, I wandered among the masses of people, desperately searching and calling. Suddenly in the darkness I heard my father’s voice. I shouted out to him. What joy was in me! I had thought I would never see him again. As he and my mother held me close, I knew I could face whatever was necessary.
The next day brought more dreadful experiences. Still branded on my memory is a small child beside the road, sucking the breast of its dead mother.
Along the way I saw many stagger and fall. Others lay dead or dying in the scorching midsummer heat.
Scores of pregnant women miscarried, and their babies died along the wayside.
The wife of my father’s cousin became very thirsty. After a long while she said she could not continue. Soon she slumped down and was dead. Since we could not carry her we wrapped her in cloth, and after praying, just left her beside a tree. I don’t know what happened to her body.
We eventually found a well, but had no way to get water. Some of the men tied a rope around my father’s cousin and lowered him down, then pulled him out, and gave us water squeezed from his clothing. The few drops helped, but thirst still tormented me as I marched along in the shadeless, one-hundred plus degree heat.
We trudged nearly twenty miles up rocky hills, then down into deep valleys, then up again, gradually higher and higher. Finally we found a main road, where some Arabs met us. They took some of us in trucks to Ramallah, ten miles north of Jerusalem.
I lived in a refugee tent camp for the next three and one-half years.
We later learned that two Jewish families had taken over our family home in Lydda.
After more than four decades, I still bear the emotional scars of the Zionist invasion…”
The process of mass expulsion was made all the more easy with massacres of entire villages, the details of which were then made known to outlying towns resulting in mass panic and subsequent flight.
Of the more infamous massacres taking place was the slaughter at Deir Yassin, where Jewish terrorists butchered as many as 250 men, women and children, including ~ if it can be imagined ~ pregnant women who had their bellies slashed open with Jewish bayonets and their unborn children ripped out in what was a repeat performance of what the ancient Israelites did to the Tiphsahite women in the Old Testament as recounted in the Book of Kings.
Some of the testimonies of those who witnessed and even participated in the slaughter at Deir Yassin have testified that ~
“We eliminated every Arab that came our way.” ~ Ben Zion Cohen, an Irgun commander
“I saw the horrors that the fighters had created. I saw bodies of women and children, who were murdered in their houses in cold blood by gunfire, with no signs of battle and not as the result of blowing up the houses. I have seen a great deal of war, but I never saw a sight like Deir Yassin.” ~ Eliahu Arbel, Operations Officer in the Jewish Haganah
“The attackers chose to kill anybody they found alive as though every living thing in the village was the enemy and they could only think ‘kill them all.’ It was a lovely spring day, the almond trees were in bloom, the flowers were out and everywhere there was the stench of the dead, the thick smell of blood, and the terrible odor of the corpses burning in the quarry.” ~ Yeshurun Shiff, assistant to David Shaltiel, commander of Jewish Haganah forces in Jerusalem
“A total of more than 200 dead, men, women, and children. One was a woman who must have been eight months pregnant, hit in the stomach, with powder burns on her dress indicating she’d been shot point-blank.” ~ Jacques de Reynier, Representative of the International Red Cross
“In the houses there were dead, in all about a hundred men, women and children. It was terrible. It was clear that the attackers had gone from house to house and shot the people at close range. I was a doctor in the German army for 5 years in World War I but I had not seen such a horrifying spectacle.” ~ Dr. Alfred Engel, Red Cross worker
“What we saw were women, young children, and old men. What shocked us was at least two or three cases of old men dressed in women’s clothes. My conclusion was that what happened in the village so terrorized these old men that they knew being old men would not save them. They hoped that if they were seen as old women that would save them.” ~ Yair Tsaban, was one of several youths tasked with burying the dead at Deir Yessin
Menachem Begin, one of the commanders overseeing the slaughter and who would one day become one of Israel’s Prime Ministers later remarked gloatingly that ~
“The Arabs throughout the country were seized with limitless panic and started to flee for their lives and this mass flight soon developed into a maddened, uncontrollable stampede. The political and economic significance of this development can hardly be overestimated.”
The slaughter in villages such as took place at Deir Yassin were done to affect the circumstances as they exist today ~ to rid Palestine of Gentiles so that Israel could be a “Jews only“ state in the exact fashion as described in the same Old Testament acting as a road map for all obnoxious, violent, narcissistic Jewish behavior seen not only today but throughout history.
Despite the mountains of evidence in the form of photos and testimony, nevertheless in typical lying, obfuscating fashion Israel and her supporters continue to maintain as they have for the last 60 years that no massacres took place, that there was no Jewish plan to force the Arabs to leave and that the Palestinians fled because various Arab governments told them to leave.
Out of the horse’s mouth though the lies are laid bare. David Ben Gurion, Israel’s 1st Prime Minister who personally oversaw the ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians in 1948 spoke of what was to come decades before the Nakbah took place ~
“In many parts of the country new settlement will not be possible without transferring the Palestinian Arabs. Jewish power, which grows steadily, will also increase our possibilities to carry out the transfer on a large scale. With compulsory transfer we would have a vast area for settlement. I support compulsory transfer. I don’t see anything immoral in it. There are two issues here ~ 1) sovereignty and 2) the removal of a certain number of Arabs, and we must insist on both of them.”
And indicating that violence was the only way to achieve this, Ben Gurion wrote years earlier that ~
“It is impossible to imagine general evacuation without brutal compulsion. It would be very difficult to bring about resettlement of other Arab populations by transferring them voluntarily, whatever economic inducements are offered to them.”
And this is but a smattering of the suffering and injustice occurring during a holocaust that ~ according to Jewish interests ~ did not take place and the discussion of which will result in a stiff 3-year prison sentence if Israel gets her way.
The hypocrisy surrounding this latest move by Israel is ~ in a word ~ stupefying in its audacity, and on several levels. In a day and age when persons throughout the “free” West are bring thrown into prison for having broken “holocaust denial’ laws written and sponsored by Jewish interests, the idea that now Israel is MANDATING denial of the Palestinian holocaust speaks volumes about the Jewish character and mindset driving such a proposal.
One can just imagine the hurricane the entire world would be forced to endure in the event any nation ~ and particularly those in the West being held hostage by Jewish interests with a razor to their jugular ~ were to pass, propose or even WHISPER of any similar such laws making it illegal for Jews to commemorate the persecution said to have befallen them during WWII.
Surprisingly ( ?! ) not a single watchdog group working in the service of Jewish interests (including but certainly not limited to the ADL, SPLC, Simon Wiesenthal, or any of their ugly twin sisters) legendary for their high-decibel shrieking whenever Holocaust denial or “freedom of speech” (re–the bashing of Christians and Muslims) is threatened have uttered a peep.
These same groups allocating not just millions, but indeed tens of millions of dollars a year to spying on individuals and organizations who might have something skeptical to say concerning the sanctam sanctorum of today’s new and not-so-improved Judaism ~ meaning the Holocaust ~ have had absolutely nothing to say concerning Israel’s latest move in legally mandating holocaust denial when said holocaust involves Jews as holocausters and non-Jews as the holocausted.
In the meantime, while the world is forced to hear fantastic stories about Jewish blood gurgling up from out of the ground, color-coded smoke from the crematoria indicating what “type” of Jew was being incinerated and tales of Jewish lasses throwing pieces of apples over barbed wire fences to hungry inmates only to later be (reluctantly) admitted to be hoaxes, real tales of murder, genocide, racism and unimaginable human suffering face criminal prosecution.
The reasons for Israel’s desire in “illegalizing” recognition of the Palestinian Holocaust is not hard to decipher. Despite her stated reason ~ that by outlawing commemoration of what Israel did in 1948 it will inspire “patriotism” amongst Israel’s Arab minority ~ the truth is much uglier than her stated fiction.
In the first case, Israel Beiteinu, the party introducing the legislation has made it crystal clear that the solution to Israel’s problems is to finish what was started in 1948 but left undone, meaning the complete transfer of all non-Jews out of the Jewish state. When they named the party Israel Beiteinu “Our Land Israel” they did not mean for the whole world, but rather only Jews.
“Terrorize the civilian population, assuring maximal destruction of property and cultural resources. Daily life of the Palestinians must be rendered unbearable: They should be locked up in cities and towns, prevented from exercising normal economic life, cut off from workplaces, schools and hospitals, This will encourage emigration and weaken the resistance to future expulsions” Ur Shlonsky, quoted by Ghali Hassan, Gaza: The World’s Largest Prison, Global Research, 2005 Furthermore, it must be remembered that lying, deception and the altering of reality is as intrinsic to the creation and maintenance of the Jewish state as belching out loud is to some beer-guzzling beer-hog.
The entire makeup of Jewish thinking was born in the womb of fantasy and make-believe, where a powerful, violent, vengeful deity for unknown and inexplicable reasons singles out one seemingly insignificant microbe of humanity, reveals to them his chauvinistic preference for them and bestows upon them a privileged destiny as rulers of the world.
The other reasons for the proposed law and absence of any protest by organized Jewish interests is equally ugly.
The technicalities of Judaism and the mindset it produces stipulates that Gentile suffering simply does not exist.
Gentiles are not men, but rather beasts created in human form by Yahweh to better serve the Jews.
We have Rabbi Yaacov Perrin’s infamous “One million Arabs are not worth one Jewish fingernail”.
We have Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburg’s “The blood of the Jewish people is loved by the Lord; it is therefore redder and their life is preferable”.
We have Prime Minister Golda Meir’s “There is no such thing as a Palestinian people. It is not as if we came and threw them out and took their country. They didn’t exist.”
Rabbi A.Y. Kook, founder of Mercaz HaRav yeshiva said ~ "The difference between a Jewish soul and souls of non-Jews ~ all of them in all different levels ~ is greater and deeper than the difference between a human soul and the souls of cattle."
“While God requires other normal nations to abide by abstract codes of justice and righteousness, such laws do not apply to Jews.”
The idea that non-Jews ~ and particularly Arabs ~ are capable of suffering is not possible. In the Jewish way of thinking, such notions are as strange to Jewish ears as the notion of a round world was to the best minds of the dark ages who thought it was flat.
Furthermore, what must be remembered is that the god of the Jews, YAHWEH HIMSELF told them this is THEIR land and has commanded them to drive out its original inhabitants.
As recounted in the Torah of the Old Testament, the forefathers of today’s Jews engaged in exactly the same business when they crossed over from Egypt, expelling, killing, burning down towns and enslaving those few who remained as “hewers of wood” and “carriers of water”.
More importantly though is the fact that things have not turned out as hoped or as planned. Despite Ben Gurion’s infamous “the old will die and the young will forget” statement concerning the violent expulsion of the Palestinians, nothing of the sort has materialized.
Rather than cowing and bowing down before their oppressors as virtually the entire West has done, the Arabs and their defiance are stronger today than they were when bands of bloodthirsty Jews entered their villages in 1948 like a swarm of savages, killing and destroying everything.
If anything should be obvious by now, it is that the Palestinian people cannot be broken, no matter how many phosphorus bombs are unleashed upon them, no matter how many innocent children are shot in the head and no matter how much they are starved of the most basic necessities of life.
And just as important as the aforementioned is the fact that as a result of their resolve, their struggle is increasingly becoming a source of inspiration for peoples the world over and a source of increasing embarrassment to the Jews who cannot seem to defeat them.
Palestinian resilience and the history of what has been done to them by the self-chosenites is like the infamous beating of the heart in that infamous Edgar Allen Poe story and where the guilty character is driven mad in the process.
Those who think this latest development is much ado about nothing or the mere musings of a few madmen should reconsider. It was only a few years ago after all that a bill was introduced in the Knesset giving Israel the legal authority to convict anyone in any country of Holocaust denial or “antisemitism and demand their extradition.
Although the bill did not go through as hoped, it is an indicator of what lies below the surface, or as Jesus Christ, Palestine’s greatest anti-Zionist freedom fighter stated once, “out of the overflow of the heart the mouth speaks”.
(c) 2009 Mark Glenn
Correspondent, American Free Press Newspaper
"The Palestinian people are incapable by themselves of developing Palestine, and have no right to stand in our way. Jews' rights sprang not only from the past, but also from the future. We do not recognize the right of the Palestinian Arabs to rule the country, since Palestine is still undeveloped and awaits its builders." ~ David Ben Gurion, 1918
The [Palestinian] Arabs have no right to close the country to us [Jews]. What right do they have to the Negev desert, which is uninhabited?" ~ David Ben Gurion, 1928
The [Palestinian] Arabs have no right to the Jordan river, and no right to prevent the construction of a power plant [by a Jewish concern]. They have a right only to that which they have created and to their homes." (Shabtai Teveth, p. 38) ~ David Ben Gurion, 1930