Arabs Say No to Jewish Homeland

December 12th  Radio Baghdad
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December 12th Radio Baghdad

Iraq On Radio Baghdad, Yunis Bahri, who broadcast for the Nazis in Berlin during World War II, now in the employ of the Iraqi Government: “Come, let us close our ranks, in order, for once, to deal Israel a mortal blow and eradicate her from our land.” Source: Regional Development for Regional Peace: A New […]

December 16, 1956 Radio Baghdad
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December 16, 1956 Radio Baghdad

Iraq Prime Minister Nuri on Radio Baghdad: “Israel’s last attack on Egypt has proved that the fears of Iraq on the subject of the Israeli danger are justified.  Iraq’s firm decision is to ask the states concerned with peace and stability and justice to cooperate with Iraq in order to liquidate Israel.” Source: 73, p. […]

December 17, 1956 Official Broadcast on Radio Cairo
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December 17, 1956 Official Broadcast on Radio Cairo

Egypt Official Broadcast on Radio Cairo: “The Arabs will not rest so long as Israel remains in existence in this region.  They will do everything in their power to destroy her and to cleanse the Middle East of Zionism.” Source: 73, p. 307.

1957 Arab Refugees
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1957 Arab Refugees

“As early as the first months of 1948, the Arab League issued orders exhorting the people to seek a temporary refuge in neighboring countries, later to return to their abodes…and obtain their share of abandoned Jewish property.” Source: Bulletin of the Research Group for European Migration Problems, 1957. As Hamilton Fish Armstrong, Editor of Foreign […]

January 2, 1957 Radio Baghdad
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January 2, 1957 Radio Baghdad

Iraq Radio Baghdad: “Iraq has announced openly that the Middle East question cannot be solved except with the removal of Israel from the area.  It is expected that the Arabs will cooperate and work towards annihilating this cancer, instead of accusing each other of conspiracies and attacking each other.” Source: 73, p. 308

January 15, 1957 Suez Canal – General Dag Hammerjkold
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January 15, 1957 Suez Canal – General Dag Hammerjkold

U.N. Secretary General Dag Hammerjkold, in a report to the U.N. General Assembly: “The international significance of the gulf of Aqaba must be considered to justify the right of innocent passage through the straits of Tiran and the Gulf in accordance with recognized rules of international law.” Source:  Public Affairs Institute. Regional Development for Regional […]

January 17, 1957 Egyptians and the Sinai Campaign
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January 17, 1957 Egyptians and the Sinai Campaign

Murder In her statement to the UN General Assembly, Golda Meir, then Foreign Minister Of Israel, recited the many violations and acts of bad faith by the Egyptians that led to the Sinai Campaign and its aftermath.  Speaking of the fedayeen, she said: A similar fate has befallen the injunction of the General Assembly in […]

February 11th, 1957 Arab Refugees  UNRWA
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February 11th, 1957 Arab Refugees UNRWA

Henry R. Labouisse, Director of UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency), answered the question as to why UNRWA cannot help the refugees to settle and work in the countries where they are: “The answer lies in the realm of politics and in deep-seeded human emotions … it cannot overcome the fact that the Refugees […]

March 1, 1957 Israel Offers Peace
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March 1, 1957 Israel Offers Peace

Israel Offers Peace Mrs. Golda Meir, Foreign Minister of Israel, before the U.N. General Assembly: “May I now add these few words to the states in the Middle East area, and, more specifically, to the neighbors of Israel: “We all come from an area which is a very ancient one.  The hills and the valleys […]

March 5, 1957 The Suez Canal War
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March 5, 1957 The Suez Canal War

After the withdrawal of the Israeli forces from the Sinai Prime Minister Ben-Gurion told the Knesset that the Sinai Campaign had been undertaken “to prevent an Egyptian war on Israel and its encirclement by its enemies.” “On the morning of 28 October, I submitted to the Government the plan for the Sinai operation.  As I […]