Mandate for Palestine | Sovereignty over the Land of Israel

Arabs and Jews living in peace

Mandate for Palestine Mandate for PalestineSovereignty over the Land of IsraelLondon – July 24, 1924  June 11, 2020 | Eli E. Hertz The Mandate for Palestine, a historical League of Nations document, laid down the Jewish legal right to settle anywhere western Palestine, a 10,000- square-miles area between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea. The Mandate’s… Continue reading Mandate for Palestine | Sovereignty over the Land of Israel

Hate Speech | Nakba | An Arab Disgrace

Palestine disturbances 1936. Members of the Arab Higher Committee. Front row from left to right: Ragheb Bey Nashashibi, chairman of the Defence Party, Haj Amin eff. el-Husseini, Grand Mufti & president of the Committee, Ahmed Hilmi Pasha, Gen. Manager of the Jerusalem Arab Bank, Abdul Latif Bey Es-Salah, chairman of the Arab National Party, Mr. Alfred Roke, influential land-owner Back row from left to right: Jamal al-Husayni, Husayn al-Khalidi, Yaqub al-Ghusayn, Fuad Saba

A large number of Jews were in British Palestine at the the time and the Jewish Leaders had a very real understanding of what it means to implement “The Final Solution to the Jewish Problem”, thanks to the German peoples’ cooperation with Hitler in his implementation of the very same plan.