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May 20, 1951 Arab Refugees
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May 20, 1951 Arab Refugees

Newspaper “Kul Shay” of Beirut, Lebanon “There are plans afoot, under which the refugees will return as invaders and conquerors…we want them to march forward from north and east and kill off the Zionist enemies of the (Arab) nation.” Source: Arab Refugees. (p. 25)

May 12, 1951 Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries – Iraq
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May 12, 1951 Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries – Iraq

“…Even the 15,000 Jews (e.g. From Iraq) choosing to remain here have great doubts about their future. Some nationalist politicians have been peddling the slogan: ‘nationalize oil and denationalize all the Jews…’ “Because of the ‘freeze’ law, a Jew cannot take a cent with him in cash. He is permitted to take only clothing. Nothing […]

January 14, 1951 Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries – Iraq
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January 14, 1951 Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries – Iraq

The Masouda Shemtaub synagogue in Bagdad, Iraq was bombed and a number of Jews killed and wounded. Source: The Arab Refugee Problem, How it can be Solved. Proposals—submitted to the General Assembly of the United Nations, December 1951

1951-1952 Arab Refugees
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1951-1952 Arab Refugees

In a series of reports from the Middle East inn 1951 and 1952, the American journalist Stewart Alsop notes that Palestinian refugees surround Israel “with an iron ring of hate” and portrays the refugee camps as “a reservoir of smoldering antagonism against the State of Israel and its Western backers.” Source:  88, p. 202  

1951 Attacks by Arab Infiltrators – Fedayeen
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1951 Attacks by Arab Infiltrators – Fedayeen

“Ever since The Jewish State came into existence, Arab infiltrators—fedayeen—had been carrying out hit-and-run raids into Israel. Israeli casualties rose steadily through the first half of the fifties: 1951       137 Israeli Casualties”   Source: Brecher, Israel’s Foreign Policy, p. 229. O’Brien, Connor. The Siege.

1951 350, 000 Jewish Refugees from Arab Lands
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1951 350, 000 Jewish Refugees from Arab Lands

The flight of the Jews from Iraq and the Yemen… was emphatically the result of Arab oppression. The position of the Jewish communities in the Arab countries has for centuries past been one of inferiority, brief interludes of security and relative prosperity alternating with outbreaks of intolerance and persecution. In the more backward countries they […]

September 22, 1954 Egyptian terror
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September 22, 1954 Egyptian terror

An Egyptian outpost fired at an Israeli patrol across the demarcation line. Source:  20

September 28, 1954 Egyptian troops attack Israeli patrol
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September 28, 1954 Egyptian troops attack Israeli patrol

Egyptian troops, after crossing Israeli territory, attacked an Israeli patrol.  For this attack Egypt was condemned by the U.N. Mixed Armistice Commission on December 13, 1954. Source:  20

October 25, 1954 Egyptian Terror
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October 25, 1954 Egyptian Terror

Egyptian forces blew up the pipeline at Mefalism, a violation for which Egypt was condemned by the U.N. Mixed Armistice Commission on October 28.

October 28, 1954 Egyptian terror
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October 28, 1954 Egyptian terror

Egypt How little the Egyptian Government was influenced by this authoritative appeal against its policy can be deduced from the text which the U.N. Mixed Armistice Commission had to adopt on October 28 when an armed and well trained Egyptian group again, in the Commission’s words: “(e.g. Egypt) blew up (the water line) by heavy […]