The text of UN resolution 181 has clearly specified the right of Jews to live in Gaza, Judea and Samaria West Bank. At the time of declaration of Israel independence Arabs were not residents of Israel, but of a proposed Arab state. Arabs rejected the UN partition plan. They rejected the independence. As a result, they should be the citizens of an Arab state, like Syria, Lebanon, Iraq etc... the countries where the most of them had come from.
Critics of Israel love selective mentioning of UN resolutions, but they do not like when people actually read the original text of the resolutions. Quite often, interpretation of the UN resolutions has nothing to do with the actual text. Most of them were not even adopted due to the fact that Arab countries rejected them at the time.
The text of UN resolution 181 has clearly specified the right of Jews to live in Gaza, Judea and Samaria West Bank. Therefore, the deportation of 8,500 Jews from Gaza was immoral and illegal act.:
Resolution 181 (II). Future government of Palestine, adopted on 29 November 1947, address the issue of citizenship of the future population of Palestine.
Chapter 3 - Citizenship, international conventions and financial obligations
1. Citizenship. Palestinian citizens residing in Palestine outside the City of Jerusalem, ...upon the recognition of independence, become citizens of the State in which they are resident and enjoy full civil and political rights. ...Persons over the age of eighteen years may opt, within one year from the date of recognition of independence of the State in which they reside, for citizenship of the other State, providing that no Arab residing in the area of the proposed Arab State shall have the right to opt for citizenship in the proposed Jewish State...
At the time of declaration of Israel independence Arabs were not residents of Israel, but of a proposed Arab state. Arabs rejected the UN partition plan. They rejected the independence. As a result, they should be the citizens of an Arab state, like Syria, Lebanon, Iraq etc... the countries where the most of them had come from.
Questions still must be asked: Why did the Israeli government grant the citizenship to Arabs, who were "residing in the area of the proposed Arab State", like Arabs of Jaffa or Negev? At the same time when 850,000 Jews were being expelled from Arab states. Why did the government of Israel not apply this paragraph of the UN resolution, but opted for creation of self-destructive, demographic problems in Israel? Why only the anti-Israel parts of the UN resolutions, even not adopted ones, promoted and implemented?
UN resolution allowed Jews to live outside borders of the Jewish state, officially endorsed by UN, just as Arabs have been residing in the state of Israel. Recently, Jews were deported from Gaza by Sharon. Why are Arabs not deported from Israel, using the twisted same logic of 'peace'? By rejecting the UN Resolutions 181 and 242, Arabs lost any legal claim to Gaza and West Bank. Therefore, protest against Jews living in West Bank and Gaza is just another Arab anti-Israel propaganda ploy, supported by International anti-Semites and the self-hated Jews.
'The big and important issues' like: construction of by-pass roads, Sharon's visit to the Temple Mount, Jerusalem tunnel etc... - were forged trepidations. The purpose they are used, is to divert public attention from legitimate right of Jewish people to live on their ancestral land, create political instability and to hide the obvious intention of Arab states, including PA, to destroy Israel!
About author: Steven Shamrak, born in the Soviet Union, 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 and has a website http://www.shamrak.com.
"It is the total annihilation of Israel and the Jews. This is what the center of the educational system in the whole Arab world is. We were taught Jerusalem is a Muslim city; Jews had nothing to do with it, and we have to liberate it... This is now coming to the West, this fear that I used to live in the Muslim world - with the fear of speaking my mind, fear of saying the truth - is now following me to America... My culture of origin is now infecting America with fear of speaking the truth." - Nonie Darwish
In southern Israel, he noted, there are 12 and 13-year-old children who have grown up with rocket fire as part of their daily reality. "It's not normal that children live this way in the state of Israel," Fogel said. On Sunday, 28 Oct, Hamas fired Grad missiles as target finders against Israel's nuclear reactor in Dimona. I'm angry that in 2012, over 600 rockets have already been fired from Gaza with no end in sight. I'm angry that the world only notices when Israel undertakes its (sovereign) right to defend its citizens. Can you imagine if even one rocket was fired on Washington, London, Paris or Moscow? No nation on earth can, or should, tolerate such attacks on its people. The Israeli government, according to former IDF Brigadier-General Tzvika Fogel, will not take real action against Gaza terrorists' rocket attacks until Jewish blood is shed.
This means that the United Kingdom had illegally ceded the Trans-Jordan to the refugees from the Saudi Arabian Peninsula. And the United Nation's partition plan of the remaining parts of Palestine in 1947 was also illegal. In addition, in spite of the fact that the partition plan was devised to sabotage the creation of the Jewish homeland (the creation of two states on six ugly triangles - a completely unworkable political map). The Arabs rejected it! Therefore, they lost any legal standing on the land. They knew it and that is one reason why seven Muslim states declared the war on Israel in 1948!
On September 28th the world was supposed to celebrate, but conveniently forgot the anniversary of the Israeli-Palestinian Interim Agreement, widely known as the Oslo Accords. Three political stooges Yasser Arafat, Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Perez received the Nobel Peace prize for signing this worthless piece of paper, which was based on fake promises made by Yasser Arafat in a letter to the Prime Minister of Israel, Rabin on 9 September, 1993. In this letter Yasser Arafat promised: "The PLO considers that the signing of the Declaration of Principles constitutes an historic event, inaugurating a new epoch of peaceful coexistence, free from violence and all other acts which endanger peace and stability.
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