Insidious Palestinian Project


No other peoples had ever established a national homeland in “Palestine” since the Jews were forced from it by Romans 2,000 years ago!

In July 1922, the League of Nations entrusted Great Britain with The Palestine Mandate, including the land east of the Jordan River, recognizing “the historical connection of the Jewish people with Palestine.”

A few months later, after the Great Britain and France made a deal with the Hashemite Kingdom and Egypt, the Eastern side of the Palestinian Mandate: The trans-Jordan (77% of the Palestinian Mandate) was given to the Saudi Arabian king’s brother; the Golan Heights (5% of the Palestinian Mandate) was ceded to the French controlled Syrian Mandate, and the Sinai was given to Egypt.

The 1947 UN Resolution 181 partition plan was to divide the remaining 18% of Palestine into six triangles with Jerusalem as an international city – a Jewish Palestinian State and the SECOND Arab Palestinian State. Jews, traumatised by the Holocaust, accepted this idiotic plan, but the Arabs rejected it, as their aim was and still is to take all Palestine!

After winning the war against seven Muslim states, which most international Anti-Semites anticipated would be victorious completion of a “Final Solution”, on May 14, 1948 Jews finally declared their own State of Israel!

For quite a while, Muslim/Arab world and other enemies of Jews were incapacitated by the shock.

Only in 1964, the KGB created the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine. In the same year, the first PLO Council, handpicked by the KGB, approved the Palestinian National Charter!

From 1949-67, while Judea, Samaria, Gaza, and East Jerusalem were occupied by Jordan and Egypt, there was no attempt to give independence to the so-called Palestinians living there. Quite the opposite!

The Six Days war and the Yom Kippur war have proven to the Soviets the futility of this front of the proxy war with the West! And Arabs began to look for new sponsors of their anti-Jewish complaints.

It did not take long for the Western countries and the UN to pick up an anti-Israel banner. After all, in addition to pampering their old Anti-Semitic feelings, support for the anti-Israel cause has provided them with a secure supply of oil! By the end of the 1980s, the idea of Israel-bashing had gained acceptability, and by the end of the 1990s became popular and respectable among the Western politicians and academics! With a little or no effort at all, blaming Israel for everything and ignoring the terrorism, violence, and problems instigated by the Palestinian Authority, have become the norm now!

Step by step, traditional Anti-Semites of Europe and the Muslim world, with the help of useful idiots in the multiple UN organizations, deliberately and methodically have been vilifying and delegitimizing Israel, in their attempt to discredit the legitimacy of the only Jewish state!

At the moment, there is a feeling that change is coming. Hopefully, it will be strong and permanent – only time will tell. But regardless of who is in charge of the White House or in control of the United Nations, the government of Israel must assort itself as a leader of the sovereign state! It must start working toward ending occupation of all Jewish land by the enemies, and bring the reunification of Eretz-Israel forward!

Steven Shamrak
The Shamrak Report in the Writer’s Journal KingsCalendar

NOTE: The Term Palestinians is used as a commonly known definition, not as acceptance of the existence of a fake nation, which was created by Arab states, with the help of the Soviet Union, in 1960s in order to discredit and undermine legitimacy, and eventually destroy the Jewish state!

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The aim of this independent editorial (The Shamrak Report) is to present the Jewish point of view on the Arab-Israel conflict and motivate people to support ideals and inspirations of true Zionism, the Jewish National independence movement. We are not affiliated with or sponsored by any government or political party.

Author: Steven Shamrak

Steven Shamrak was born in the Soviet Union and now lives in Melbourne Australia. He is a qualified civil engineer and software specialist, and was an active participant in the nascent Moscow Zionist movement before he arrived in Australia 25 years ago. Believing that "a sense of pride, nationhood and connection to all Jewish land" is missing from Jewish hearts, he spends his spare time educating Jews and non-Jews about Jewish history in the Middle East. He worked as a construction engineer at the Moscow Olympic Games project and as a computer consultant in Australia. For several years he has been publishing an Internet editorial letter about the Arab-Israel conflict since August 2001

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