Sunday, 21 May 2017


An education for the ignorant.... Please read and learn . This isn't some Jewish propaganda this in HISTORY.

For years Jews have been persecuted:

Here's something you with a limited education might not know or might chose NOT to know. Whilst whinging about how cruel the Israelis are to the Palestinians you need to read this...

Although much is heard about the plight of the Palestinian refugees from the aftermath of the 1948 Israeli War of Independence and the 1967 Six Day War, little is said about the hundreds of thousands of Jews who were forced to flee from Arab states before and after the creation of Israel. In fact, these refugees were largely forgotten because they were assimilated into their new homes, most in Israel, and neither the United Nations nor any other international agency took up their cause or demanded restitution for the property and money taken from them. In short Israel and the world Jewry did everything for their fellow Jews whilst the Arabs totally ignored the Palestinians refusing to house them or give them jobs , in fact most Middle Eastern countries BANNED them!!! This shocks you I bet???

In 1945, roughly 1 million Jews lived peacefully in the various Arab states of the Middle East, many of them in communities that had existed for thousands of years. After the Arabs rejected the United Nations decision to partition Palestine and create a Jewish state, however, the Jews of the Arab lands became targets of their own governments’ anti-Zionist fervor. As Egypt’s delegate to the UN in 1947 chillingly told the General Assembly: “The lives of one million Jews in Muslim countries will be jeopardized by partition.” The dire warning quickly became the brutal reality.

Throughout 1947 and 1948, Jews in Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Libya, Morocco, Syria, and Yemen (Aden) were persecuted, their property and belongings were confiscated, and they were subjected to severe anti-Jewish riots instigated by the governments. In Iraq, Zionism was made a capital crime. In Syria, anti-Jewish pogroms erupted in Aleppo and the government froze all Jewish bank accounts. In Egypt, bombs were detonated in the Jewish quarter, killing dozens. In Algeria, anti-Jewish decrees were swiftly instituted and in Yemen, bloody pogroms led to the death of nearly 100 Jews.


Of the 820,000 Jewish refugees between 1948 and 1972, more than 200,000 found refuge in Europe and North America while 586,000 were resettled in Israel - at great expense to the Israeli government, and without any compensation from the Arab governments who had confiscated their possessions. The majority of the Jewish refugees left their homes penniless and destitute and with nothing more than the shirts on their backs. These Jews, however, had no desire to be repatriated in the Arab World and little is heard about them because they did not remain refugees for long. Did you read that correct 820,000 Jews were banish from their homes the Arabs steeling all the possessions leaving them penniless, homeless, starving and mostly brutally attacked. It is estimated that the Arabs stole is estimated at $700 million - roughly $6.7 billion today.DIDN'T KNOW THAT DID YOU ?

As if that wasn't enough the German Nazis slaughtered 6 million Jews by gassing, starving burning or beating them to death.


But this wasn't enough for the Arabs they simply wanted rid of Jews completely. Israel was a tiny speck on the middle East map, no bigger than a pea. So it didn't take a much of a brain to work out that this country with a population of just under 2 million (less than Manchester!!!) at the time would be a simple target.

On the 5th of June 1967 the tiny state of Israel's neighbors Egypt, Syria and Jordan mobilized their army's and air-forces and attacked Israel. Israel had NO chance!! All have to look at the numbers and it doesn't take a genius to work out why. At the time Egypt's population was 28 Million! Jordan's population was 888,000 and Syria's population was 5 million. which totals a population of around 24 million versus 2 million of which 50% where either to old or to young to fight. Israel had a tiny army and even a smaller air force. So how did they do it? No other country came to Israels help as it was all over almost before it began. Here is what happen , on the 3 day approx General Moshe Dyan spotted a huge error by the Egyptian air force, they had parked their entire fleet of war planed wing to wing. Moshe Dyan mobilized a small fleet of bombers and by bombing the first few aircraft it spread like wild fire knocking out the entire Egyptian air force and that was the the Arabs surrendered.

In short a miracle.

a few years later, 1973, the Arabs attacked Israel again, known as the Yom Kippur war. The war for Egypt began with a massive and successful Egyptian crossing of the Suez Canal. After crossing the cease-fire lines, Egyptian forces advanced virtually unopposed into the Sinai Peninsula. After three days, Israel had mobilized most of its forces and halted the Egyptian offensive, resulting in a military stalemate. Again the brilliance of Israels had the perfect plan, rather than confronting the Arabs full on they went behind them cutting them off in the Sinai Peninsula so when the Egyptian army were celebrating what they thought was a great victory the Israeli's spoiled the party by cutting off all their supplies. They left with their tails between their legs waving white flags.


Is Israel going to pull back the pre'67 boarders? Dream on. Would YOU trust those countries not to attack again????

And here is why Israel will never lose a war....

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