How Would You Solve the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict? - Page 11




 
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Boots
 
October 8th, 2011  
moshe
 
I seriously doubt you know anything concerning the Jewish faith. Your ignorance of Israeli politics supports my theory that you know next to nothing on this subject.
October 8th, 2011  
senojekips
 
 
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Originally Posted by moshe
I seriously doubt you know anything concerning the Jewish faith. Your ignorance of Israeli politics supports my theory that you know next to nothing on this subject.
Would you care to show me some sources to back your claims. So far I have shown all of your rubbish to be false and provided sources to back up my claims. So far you have only quoted "what you think",.... like your last stupid comment regarding no agreement between the Brits and the Palestinians in 1915... (Hussein-McMahon Agreement)
October 8th, 2011  
moshe
 
Had you read i mentioned in earlier communications that the League of Nations agreement to turn over to the British some of the carcass of the Ottoman empire based upon British treaty commitments to both Arabs and Jews. The agreement which you brought is the 1st of two agreements the British government made during the war years. The 2nd was the Balfour agreement. This is known history to anyone familiar in the least with Middle Eastern history. That your so proud that you know what 3rd graders in Israel know ... well if it makes you feel intellectual i too shall pat you on your head and tell you that your a good boy.
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Boots
October 8th, 2011  
senojekips
 
 
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Originally Posted by moshe
Had you read i mentioned in earlier communications that the League of Nations agreement to turn over to the British some of the carcass of the Ottoman empire based upon British treaty commitments to both Arabs and Jews. The agreement which you brought is the 1st of two agreements the British government made during the war years. The 2nd was the Balfour agreement. This is known history to anyone familiar in the least with Middle Eastern history.
So, now you agree with me, that there was a promise made to the Palestinians. Only several posts ago you were saying that there were no Palestinian people at all, and also that there was no promise of a homeland for them in Palestine in 1915. I showed that you were wrong on both counts,... and now you are agreeing with me??? If you are going to debate this matter FFS make up your mind what you are trying to say, don't keep changing your story.

Here I made the point, that the land was promised by the British to the Palestinians before the Balfour agreement was ever raised. Therefore the Balfour agreement was in fact a doublecross by the British, who actually had no right to make either agreement as the land was not theirs in the first place they were only the administrators and they recognised the Palestinian people as the rightful owners.

I ask again, is English your first language? I seriously doubt that you have any real understanding of what is being said.
October 9th, 2011  
bulldogg
 
 
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Originally Posted by moshe
Yo anti troll, trolls have a reputation for total ignorance. Ever hear of "Greater Syria"? No not a new paper expert like yourself!!! Arabs believe Greater Syria includes all of Lebanon, Israel, the Sinai desert, a junk of Jordan ... meaning specifically those parts of Samaria that Jordan nationalized before Israel opened up a can of woop ass on those towel headed sand ******s in 1967.
October 9th, 2011  
moshe
 
No Sin there was no promise made to a mythical people. There was an agreement cut between the British and a prince of Arabia to rule over the TransJordan portion of the Palestinian Mandate awarded to Britain based upon these 2 treaty obligations.
October 9th, 2011  
moshe
 
Here I made the point, that the land was promised by the British to the Palestinians before the Balfour agreement was ever raised. Therefore the Balfour agreement was in fact a doublecross by the British, who actually had no right to make either agreement as the land was not theirs in the first place they were only the administrators and they recognised the Palestinian people as the rightful owners.

An Arabian prince is not a mythical Palestinian. You can pretend that the 1915 Agreement involved your so called mythical people all you want but it does not change the facts of history. Britain signed 2 treaty obligations. Count it ONE, TWO. Britain did not make any other treaty agreements which involved the current disputed territories. NONE.
October 9th, 2011  
senojekips
 
 
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Originally Posted by moshe

An Arabian prince is not a mythical Palestinian. You can pretend that the 1915 Agreement involved your so called mythical people all you want but it does not change the facts of history. Britain signed 2 treaty obligations. Count it ONE, TWO. Britain did not make any other treaty agreements which involved the current disputed territories. NONE.
I don't care how stupid you are, the agreement was made by the British on behalf of the Palestinian people and it doesn't matter if the guy was an Eskimo. The promise was still made and it was then double crossed at the insistence of Lord Balfour two years later.

Never the less, the fact remains that the land never belonged to the Brits, or the UN, they and they had no right to make any agreements on behalf of anyone anyway. The land belonged to the Palestinian people this was agreed by Britain and was why they made the agreement in 1915. The land was not unoccupied so under Terra Nullius, the Palestinians were the owners and occupants.

Simple enough even for you to grasp.
October 9th, 2011  
moshe
 
Jordan is not a Palestinian nation even though the majority of the population is "palestinian". That you continually add 1 + 1 = 3 I am sorry your mother dropped you on your head at birth. The 1915 treaty resulted in the establishment of the Jordanian state cut out of the original Palestinian League of Nations Mandate. That you pretend that the 1915 treaty concerned the mythical palestinians ... yes this error of yours I acknowledge. Move on. Cause 1 + 1 does not equal 3.
October 9th, 2011  
moshe
 
The land belonged to the Palestinian people

By what right? The land belonged to the Ottoman Turks who are not Sunni Arabs. The Arabs who style themselves as "Palestinians" are Sunni Arabs. You can jabber all you like but it does not change the facts. The Ottoman Turks lost the war to the British and the land belonged to the British who conquered it from the non Arab Ottoman Turks.
 


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