The State of Palestine


One pic tell many stories: 1. Christians/Muslims united in Palestine  2. There was a flag pre 1948 Going  back to pre ’48, there was nothing but deception and lies on the part  of the future israelis.

 The immigration of Zionist settlers was  enforced by British Mandate  authorities against clear will of the vast  majority of the population.  The immigration in the end was backed by  British bayonets. No native  population would shave accepted the  immigration of outsiders intent on  setting on their own state.

However  the League of Mandate included the  Balfour declaration and gave the  British the authority to run the  Mandate.
The  UN does not have authority under its Charter to create or divide  states. The Partition Plan was a recommendation only.

The Plan envisaged  a process, starting at the end of the Mandate, which would lead to the  establishment of two states in a series of parallel stages. Because the  Plan was rejected by the Arab side, it could not be implemented.

Borders  can be changed, but a state can only acquire territory from a  neighbor  by legal annexation, that is, by agreement, and with a  referendum of the  population. Obtaining territory by war violates  fundamental principles  of the UN Charter. Nevertheless, this is what  Israel did.

Rabbi Yosef Tzvi Dushinsky, Chief Rabbi of Jerusalem (1867-1948)
"We wish to express our definite opposition to a Jewish state in any part of Palestine."







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