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July 24st 1938 British Restrict Jewish Immigration to Palestine
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July 24st 1938 British Restrict Jewish Immigration to Palestine

July 24st 1938 British Restrict Jewish Immigration to Palestine Sir Sidney Waterlow the British Ambassador  in Athens wrote: Every British ambassador in Europe received instructions on July 21, 1938, that he was to press his respective government not to allow Jews to pass through their ports or towns on their way to Palestine. “The Greek […]

March 2nd 1939 British Restrict Jewish Immigration
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March 2nd 1939 British Restrict Jewish Immigration

March 2rd 1939 British Restrict Jewish Immigration Neville Henderson British Ambassador in Berlin: Henderson did as instructed on the following day, on the 3rd of March. Going to see the German Foreign Office and sending them a memorandum on the British intention and desire to check unauthorized immigration of Jews from the German Reich. Source: […]

March 8, 1939 British Restrict Jewish Immigration to Palestine
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March 8, 1939 British Restrict Jewish Immigration to Palestine

On March 8th, the Romanian government let 850 Jews board an immigrant ship to proceed through the Danube Channel into the Black Sea. As one senior Foreign Office official dealing with Southeast Europe noted, “IT HAS BEEN DECIDED THAT WE (E.G. THE GOVERNMENT OF GREAT BRITAIN)SHOULD REPROVE THE ROMANIAN GOVERNMENT AT ONCE.” Source: Sir Martin […]

May 23, 1939 The Shame of Winston Churchill
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May 23, 1939 The Shame of Winston Churchill

May 23, 1939 The Shame of Winston Churchill “To whom was the pledge of the Balfour Declaration made? It was not made to the Jews of Palestine, it was not made to those who were actually living in Palestine. It was made to world Jewry and in particular to the Zionist associations. It was in […]

June 1944 Population Transfer of Germans
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June 1944 Population Transfer of Germans

Because of the havoc Hitler had unleashed on behalf of Germans outside Germany, in 1944 Churchill endorsed—with Roosevelt and Stalin agreeing—ethnic cleansing. Postwar stability would be built by scrubbing Germans from non-German countries. “Expulsion,” said Churchill, “is the method which … will be the most satisfactory and lasting.” Source: Newsweek, 3/21/2008, George F. Will: Kosovo’s […]

July 27, 1944 The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem
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July 27, 1944 The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem

July 27, 1944 Arab Murder, Mayhem, and Massacre The Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Haj Amin al Hasanji (Husseini), Yasser Arafat, Mahmud Abbas                                                                                                                   Berlin, July 27, 1944 “To the Reichsfuehrer SS and Minister of the interior H. Himmler Reichsfuehrer: In my letter to you of June 5, 1944, I referred back to our conversation in […]

November 30, 1947 Arab Higher Committee
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November 30, 1947 Arab Higher Committee

The Arab Higher Committee declared a three-day general strike.

December 1, 1947  Arab Mayhem Muslim Brotherhood
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December 1, 1947  Arab Mayhem Muslim Brotherhood

Arab Mayhem Muslim Brotherhood With this absurd resolution passed by the United Nations, God has granted you an opportunity to obtain success in this world and dignity in the hereaf­ter; an opportunity which you have been missing and longing for; so why hesitate, why hold back when the breeze of paradise is blowing and car­ries […]

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1944 The Shame of Winston Churchill
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1944 The Shame of Winston Churchill

1944 The Shame of Winston Churchill “Churchill himself was convinced of the need to delay any decision on Palestine, not only until the successful conclusion of the European war, but more specifically, at least until after the American Presidential elections due to be held in November 1944.“ Source: Palestine: Retreat From The Mandate, by Michael […]

February 1945 Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia, and Lebanon Declare War on Germany
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February 1945 Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia, and Lebanon Declare War on Germany

February 1945 Egypt, Syria, Saudi Arabia, and Lebanon Declare War on Germany The whole temperament of the Arab world before and during World War Two was neutralist at best, pro-Nazi at worst.  When Italian troops in August, 1940, invaded Egyptian territory, Egypt did not consider this a cause for war.  The fighting was left to […]