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  • 17/05/2010, 02:28 PM
    رزاق الجزائري
    Dear IMAD
    Its jsut our duty to our right cause, and to our people in Palestine .
    We must never stop believe that we shall overcome.
    My heartiest thanks
  • 17/05/2010, 02:28 PM
    رزاق الجزائري
    Dear IMAD
    Its jsut our duty to our right cause, and to our people in Palestine .
    We must never stop believe that we shall overcome.
    My heartiest thanks
  • 16/05/2010, 09:39 PM
    عماد اليونس
    Dear Razzak

    It is a good topic a real cry in the 62 memory of palastine occupation
    My best wishes & best regards

    Imad Alyounis
  • 15/05/2010, 11:09 PM
    رزاق الجزائري

    Just a cry

    We will come back one day to our home.
    And drown in happiness and peace.
    We will come back.
    No matter how time will pass.
    Whatever distance will grow between us.
    So heart, no matter how the winds have dispersed us.
    We will come back that's promised-
    So come on.



    "In its initial stage, Zionism was conceived by its pioneers as a movement wholly depending on mechanical factors: there is a country which happens to be called Palestine, a country without people, and, on the other hand, there exists the Jewish people, and it has no country. What else is necessary, then, than to fit the gem into the ring, to unite this people with this country? The owners of the country [the Ottoman Turks] must, there for, be persuaded and conceived that this marriage is advantageous, not only for the *Jewish people and for the country, but also for themselves."
    This declaration is stated in 1914 by Chaim Weizman the first president of the Jewish state attempted to lay down the foundations of realizing Zionism, and began by asserting that Palestine was empty and that its current inhabitants have no say in its fate.
    He denied that there was a people which deserved the right of self-determination. The selective definition of "who are a people, and who are not", for him the Palestinians were not people.

    Its a policy defined the position of Palestinians vis a vis at the Zionists in “the objective to make Palestine as Jewish homeland.”
    In other words.” The problem of Jewish homelessness was to be solved at the expense of Palestinians homelessness.” and its been the policy of a new state named ISRAEL
    Since Balfour Declaration, and the creation of Jewish state in 1948 after, the deportation of Palestinians was clearly its first objective. Destruction of Palestinian homes and properties and massacring them by the HAGANA and ARAGON terrors then Israeli army, has reached unprecedented levels. More than thousands homes, factories and other properties, and vast areas of agricultural land, have been destroyed. As a result, a millions of Palestinian men, women and children have been made homeless or have lost their livelihood. Some of them live in fear till now under Israeli occupation as their houses have been damaged or are under threat.
    More than 4 millions of them were escaped or deported by force to the CHATATE. In refugees camps in Jordan and Syria and Lebanon Following a massacres by the Jews in Dir Yacine. Kabia. Oum Fahm. Chekh village, and other places in Palestine. More than 530 villages were destroyed and more than 60% of people were deported.
    In 1948 the UN General assembly passed Resolution 194 on the Question of Palestine, which "resolves that refugees wishing to return to their homes and live in peace with their neighbors should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return...."
    After 62 years this Resolution was not applied, there are refugees living in refugee camps throughout the Middle East and many more exiles worldwide. Their right of return is clearly and unambiguously guaranteed by international law under the Geneva Conventions, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
    The homelessness of Palestinian people and exiled have been inaccurately and widely referred to as *arab refugees* and they are not Arab refugees. They are Palestinians denied of existing; and exiled from their home land or living denationalized and fearful under enemy occupation in their own land.
    This injustice done to them means disorder and insecurity for all nations living in middle east .this disorder and insecurity have brought war six times in 62 years and six times threatened the peace in the world .and Prospect more war in the future.
    A question to this deaf world: Is it time to reflect on your complicity and do the right thing whatever the details of any future agreements, a lasting and effective settlement. It is a must to find a solution for Palestinian refugees that recognizes and accommodates their “right of return” and their claimed full citizenship in a state they can call home.
    And ignoring this right is a real terror.
    Is it time to listen to their cries?
    Why the world still stone
    shame on

    Rezzag_L

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