The deliberate Jihad invasion of Israel:
The British Hope-Simpson Commission recommended, in 1930, “Prevention of illicit immigration” to stop the illegal Arab immigration from neighboring Arab countries.
The British Governor of the Sinai (1922-36) reported in the Palestine Royal Commission Report: “This illegal immigration was not only going on from the Sinai, but also from Transjordan and Syria.”
The governor of the Syrian district of Hauran, Tewfik Bey El Hurani, admitted in 1934 that in a single period of only a few months over 30,000 Syrians from Houran had moved to Palestine.
“There is no such country! ‘Palestine’ is a term the Zionists invented! There is no Palestine in the Bible. ‘Palestine’ is alien to us; it is the Zionists who introduced it.”– Arab leader, Auni Bey Abdul-Hadi, before the Peel Commission, whose 1937 report never refers to the Arabs as ‘Palestinians.’ He even blames the Jewish people on Arabs own lies.
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill noted the Arab influx. Churchill, a veteran of the early years of the British mandate in the Holy Land, noted in 1939 that “far from being persecuted, the Arabs have crowded into the country and multiplied till their population has increased more than even all world Jewry could lift up the Jewish population.”
“There is no such thing as Palestine in history, absolutely not.” — Arab Princeton Professor, Philip Hitti, before the Anglo-American Committee of Inquiry in Jerusalem in 1946.
“We [Palestinians] were never an independent state in history, we were part of an Arab state and an Islamic state.” — Palestinian Hamas Foreign Minister Mahmoud Zahhar (quoted in The Economist, February 2, 2008)
Walid Shoebat, a former PLO terrorist acknowledged the lie he was fighting for: “Why is it that on June 4th 1967 I was a Jordanian and overnight I became a Palestinian? … we considered ourselves Jordanian until the Jews returned to Jerusalem. Then all of the sudden we were Palestinians. They removed the star from the Jordanian flag and all at once we had a Palestinian flag.”
No sign of “Palestinian people” before Hijra (jihad migration):
In March 1977, Zahir Muhsein, an executive member of the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), said in an interview to the Dutch newspaper Trouw: “The ‘Palestinian people’ does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel.”
The Arabs who now claim to be natives of the Holy Land have migrated to Palestine and invaded the land after 1917, from neighboring Arab countries, predominantly from areas now known as Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Iraq.
In 1835 Alphonse de Lamartine found no “Palestinians” during his travels and wrote: “Outside the city of Jerusalem, we saw no living object, heard no living sound. . .a complete eternal silence reigns in the town, in the highways, in the country.”
In 1844, William Thackeray found no “Palestinians”either and writes about the road from Jaffa to Jerusalem: “Now the district is quite deserted, and you ride among what seem to be so many petrified waterfalls. We saw no animals moving among the stony brakes; scarcely even a dozen little birds in the whole course of the ride.”
In 1857, the British consul in Palestine, James Finn, found no “Palestinians” in the region and reported: “The country is in a considerable degree empty of inhabitants and therefore its greatest need is that of a body of population.”
In 1866, W.M. Thomson found no “Palestinians” on his travels and writes: “How melancholy is this utter desolation. Not a house, not a trace of inhabitants, not even shepherds, to relieve the dull monotony … Much of the country through which we have been rambling for a week appears never to have been inhabited, or even cultivated; and there are other parts, you say, still more barren.”
In 1867, Mark Twain – Samuel Clemens, the famous author of “Huckleberry Finn” and “Tom Sawyer”, toured the Holy Land but found no “Palestinians”. This is how he described the land: “There is not a solitary village throughout its whole extent – not for thirty miles in either direction. There are two or three small clusters of Bedouin tents, but not a single permanent habitation. One may ride ten miles, hereabouts, and not see ten human beings.”
In 1874, Reverend Samuel Manning found no “Palestinians” on his visit and wrote: “But where were the inhabitants? This fertile plain, which might support an immense population, is almost a solitude…. Day by day we were to learn afresh the lesson now forced upon us, that the denunciations of ancient prophecy have been fulfilled to the very letter — “the land is left void and desolate and without inhabitants.” (Jeremiah, ch.44 v.22)
As US Inaugurates New President, Palestinians Protest, Burn Posters of ‘Lunatic, Fascist’ Donald Trump
by Ruthie Blum, January 22, 2017 8:09 pm
An image of newly-instated US President Donald Trump being set on fire by Palestinians. Photo: Ma’an/Screenshot.
During Friday’s inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the United States, West Bank Arabs burned images of the new world leader, and said supporting the Jewish state was tantamount to backing ISIS in its aim to establish an Islamist caliphate, the non-governmental Palestinian news agency Ma’an reported on Sunday.
Participants in the demonstration — which the report said was disrupted by Israeli police trying to disperse the crowd — told Ma’an that they were sending a message to the incoming administration not to move the US Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. A sign that they posted on the security barrier separating Israel from the Palestinian Authority (PA) — at the entrance to Bethlehem — where the protest was held, read: “Stop Trump… Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine.”
This protest was similar to ones that preceded Trump’s inauguration. On Thursday, a few hours before incoming White House press secretary Sean Spicer told journalists to “stay tuned” for the new administration’s decision about its proposed embassy move, Palestinians took to the streets of three West Bank cities to demonstrate.
According to Palestinian News Network, hundreds of flag-waving Palestinians held protests in Ramallah, Nablus and Hebron, where banners, in English, read: “Trump, take your racism away from the Holy City,” and in Arabic: “The whole world is moving forward but the Trump administration is moving backwards.”
Those demonstrations came about a week after PA President Mahmoud Abbas reportedly sent a letter to Trump, warning against such a move.
Jerusalem-based research organization Palestinian Media Watch reported that official PA media outlets have been awash with threats about the “bloodshed” that will ensue if Trump moves the embassy, as it signifies American recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of the Jewish state, which the Palestinians dispute.
In a video translated and posted by the Middle East Media Research Institute on Wednesday, Fatah Central Committee member Jibril Rajoub — head of the Palestinian Football Association and Palestine Olympic Committee — called the possible embassy relocation a “declaration of war” against the whole world. In an appearance on PA TV, Rajoub said, “We want the confrontation to be between this new fascist in the White House and the whole world – Christians as well as Muslims.” Referring to Trump as a “lunatic,” Rajoub asked: “Why does he think that he has the right to give [the Israelis] the keys to the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Church of the Holy Sepulcher?!”
America’s incoming ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, stated on Sunday that he will be living in an apartment he owns in Jerusalem’s Talbiyeh neighborhood, and not in the ambassador’s official residence in Herzliya. A few hours later, as The Algemeiner reported, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer announced that the Trump administration has begun discussions on relocating the embassy — a move Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat applauded as “historic.”
“President Trump has proven that he is a true friend of the state of Israel and a leader who keeps his promises,” Barkat said in a statement on Sunday evening. “This… has sent a clear message to the world that the US recognizes Jerusalem as the indivisible capital of the state of Israel. We will provide any and all necessary assistance to the US administration to ensure that the embassy move is done seamlessly and efficiently.”
Watch Palestinian activists burn posters of Trump below: