Jews in Arab Countries / Uncategorized

The forgotten SILENT EXODUS

The whole world is just talking about the “poor” Palestinians and that Israel would be an “apartheid state”. The majority of people living in Israel or traveling around the country know that we are anything but an “apartheid state”. In Israel, Palestinians have equal rights such as labour rights, trade unions, minimum wage, child allowance, unemployment benefit or welfare. Every Palestinian holding a blue Israel ID card is allowed to vote for the Knesset. There are even Arab parties in the Knesset. All of them, by the way, favour Hamas, Hizbollah and even Al Khaida and ISIS. Arab Knesset members are officially calling for the destruction of the State of Israel.
The worst is that a Palestinian judge is part of the Supreme Court. Guess on what side he is. Although it doesn’t really matter too much, as our Supreme Court is extremely leftist and against anything Jewish.
Lets just assume for a minute that the Arabs would take over. How, do you think, would Israel look like and how would the Jews be treated? Do you think they would get equal rights just as the Palestinians do under a Jewish government? Definitely not and already the Arabs happily announce how they would throw out or kill anyone who is not Muslim or on their side and willing to give in.

THE SILENT EXODUS is an example of how Arabs treat Jews. It also shows how the world remains silent. American oil companies always favour Arab countries. Not out of love but because of profits and cash. The Arab world has become very powerful and the so-call free or western world ignores all the potential dangers of being taken over.



They were more than a million Jews. Between 1946 and 1974, this million is the number of forgotten fugitives, expelled from the Arab world, and whom history would like to forget, while the victims themselves have hidden their fate under a veil of modesty. The Jews have been living in Arabic lands for thousands of years and seemed to accept their fate forever, some even considering their survival as a miracle.
But 1948, the beginning of their exodus, was also the birth of the State of Israel.
And, while the Arab armies were preparing to invade the young refugee-country, while the survivors of the Shoah were piling up in dangerous boats to fulfill at last the return to the land of their dreams and their prayers, a few hundred thousand Arabs from Palestine were getting ready to flee their home, convinced that they would return as winners and conquerors.
They were soon going to fill up the refugee camps built on their brothers’ land, and – because of their refusal to integrate – pass on their refugee status to the next generations.
The Jews did not get any special status. They had just returned to the Land of their fathers
And if they came from Aden, Yemen, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Morocco, Tunisia or Libya, if they had lost everything and sometimes even relatives, memories and cemeteries, it is in Israel and the west that they were ready to rebuild their lives. Without ever asking for any compensation, any right to return, or even wishing that their story be told…

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