Arabs Say No to Jewish Homeland

June 24, 1951 Iraqi Parliament, Fadil el-Jamali
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June 24, 1951 Iraqi Parliament, Fadil el-Jamali

The speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Fadil el-Jamali, is quoted by the Arab News Agency as follows: “He who will decide upon making peace with the enemy will act as if he were signing a death warrant for the Arab nations.”

June 17, 1951 Azzam Pasha, Secretary General of the Arab League
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June 17, 1951 Azzam Pasha, Secretary General of the Arab League

Azzam Pasha, Secretary General of the Arab League: “The United Nations will not solve the Palestine problem but only the Arabs themselves can do it. They are now getting ready and preparing to take back Palestine…the day is not far.” Source:  27, p. 49-51.

June 6, 1951 Socialist Party of Syria quoted in the, Barda
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June 6, 1951 Socialist Party of Syria quoted in the, Barda

The leader of the Socialist Party of Syria is quoted in the Syrian newspaper, Barda, as declaring, in an address to members of his party: “Since the Arabs had already exhausted all means of peace, they have to fight with force in order to restore Palestine to its former owners.”

January 1952 Arab Refugees
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January 1952 Arab Refugees

January 1952 Arab Refugees In 1952, the United Nations decided to make an attempt to put through a number of large projects which could create a means of livelihood for substantial numbers of refugees. In January 1952, it established a three year $200 million reintegration fund, coupled with $50 million for relief.  Thereby it hoped […]

1952 Report of the director of UNRWA to the Seventh General Assembly
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1952 Report of the director of UNRWA to the Seventh General Assembly

1952 Arab Refugees Arab Refugee Fraud Report of the director of UNRWA to the Seventh General Assembly (1952), p. 3, para 15.; ibid p. 3, para 16. “THESE MARKED DISCREPANCIES ARE THE RESULT OF THE FACT THAT, AS INDICATED IN THE UNRWA REPORTS, MANY THOUSANDS OF DESTITUTE ARABS IN THE NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES HAVE SUCCEEDED IN […]

1952 Former representative of UNRWA in Jordan
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1952 Former representative of UNRWA in Jordan

1952 Arab Refugees Mr. Galloway, a former representative of UNRWA in Jordan, to an American study group in Amman in 1952, “It is perfectly clear that the Arab nations do not want to solve the Arab refugee problem. They want to keep it as an open sore, as an affront against the United Nations, and […]

1952 Father of the Jihadist movement, Sayyed Qutb
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1952 Father of the Jihadist movement, Sayyed Qutb

Jihad/ Christianity The father of the jihadist movement, Sayyed Qutb of Egypt, wrote in 1952: “The death of those who are killed for the cause of God gives more impetus to the cause, which continues to thrive on their blood.”  The cause of which he speaks is to “ESTABLISH A [MUSLIM] STATE” THAT “SETS MORAL […]

January 2, 1952 Israel Offers Peace
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January 2, 1952 Israel Offers Peace

Israel’s representative at the U.N. told the Ad Hoc Political Committee of the General Assembly: “My Government instructs me to reiterate that a formal understanding with the neighboring Arab states remains a central objective of its policy … We sincerely invite the Arab world at this important juncture in its modern history to reflect carefully […]

January 26, 1952 Israel Offers Peace
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January 26, 1952 Israel Offers Peace

Israel’s representative reiterated to the General Assembly of the United Nations: “Israel’s willingness to seek an agreement on outstanding questions with each of the contiguous Arab states … either by direct formal negotiations, or by developing the work of the U.N. Mixed Armistice Commission, or by recourse to the machinery which the U.N. is holding […]

February 11, 1952 Arab Refugees
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February 11, 1952 Arab Refugees

The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development which reported that Iraq possesses enormous potentials for economic development supported the view from the President’s International Development Advisory Board on March 7, 1951.  It said: “[Iraq] is sparsely populated in relation to its resources… Much of its soil is inherently fertile, and with ample water, land, power […]