53 Years of Neo-Nazi Israel

By E. Yaghi (May 15, 2001)

Fifty three years after the Israeli Declaration of Independence, May 15, 1948, Zionists have kept up their implementation of the dispossession of the Palestinian people. From the early massacres of the indigenous population of the Palestinians in such places as Deir Yassin in 1948, where all the inhabitants of this peaceful village were wiped out by cold-blooded murderers, to the present settlements in Arab east Jerusalem, the Israeli policy has remained one and the same, how to take the land away from its original inhabitants.

The Holocaust has long ago ended for Jews, but it has continued tragically for the Palestinians for over 50 years. There has been no international outcry over the loss of lives, indiscriminate torture of the Palestinian people, imprisonment with trail, confiscation of property, nor over the non-existence of self-determination and the lack of political and personal freedom. And there have been no epic movies made with sell-outs across the globe about the poignant sufferings of the Palestinians.

The so-called Peace process has only been a camouflage for the Zionists to further suppress the Palestinian people and to effect their expulsion from their own land. It is a plot to further rid Palestine of Palestinians as well as gain an economic stronghold over Arab markets.

Theodore Herzl, the father of Zionism, knew that the native Palestinians would resist the takeover of their country and he therefore suggested that they be dealt with brute force and military supremacy. Not hard to accomplish seeing that the Palestinians, even before the British Mandate, were not allowed weapons of any kind and so were almost helpless when they were invaded by the Jewish terror gangs and the Israeli army even prior to 1948 and afterwards.

And how can we ever forget that the late Prime Minister, Yitzhak Rabin, a proponent of the Peace Accords, had once announced a new policy towards Palestinians living in the West Bank and Gaza, one of "force, power, and blows." It was at this time that civilians, mostly children, were rounded up by Israeli forces and severely and brutally beaten without reason. His assassination indeed was a kind of karma.

Though not much is left of the original land of Palestine, Gaza and the West Bank are, according to Zionism, the Land of Israel to which the Jews have a historic right. When Israel came into control of the West Bank and Gaza in 1967, it had more than 1 million Palestinians. Since that time, successive Israeli governments have increased the Jewish population and decreased the Palestinian one. Settlements have sprung up all over what's left of Palestine and there has been a quite successful systematic effort to destroy any form of Palestinian political leadership and prevent economic development. The physical separation of the West Bank and Gaza has made the two areas more like massive concentration camps than areas that are supposed to form a Palestinian state.

Israel's most effective means of terrorism has been its aggressive wars and military attacks on civilian populations both within the confines of occupied Palestine as well as in neighboring countries such as Lebanon and Syria.

What will the next fifty years see? The picture is far from bright as settlements continue, immigration of Jews from all over the world, encouraged, Palestinians further dispossessed of their land on a daily basis, and subjugated to inhuman treatment at the hands of the Israelis.

Israel, the Frankenstein monster that America created, has made every day a Holocaust for the native inhabitants of the land they occupy.

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