Palestinian Refugees and IDPs . Al Nakba and Ongoing Nakba. Al Nakba is Ongoing Nakba The Necessity to Review Israel Nature, the Root causes and International Responsibilities.
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Al Nakba and Ongoing Nakba
Israel is a regime of a colonizing power under the guise of occupation which includes many of the worst features of apartheid,
UN Special Rapporteur, Prof. John Dugard: Human Rights Situation in Palestine and other Occupied Arab Territories
- Sykes-Picot Agreement 1916
- Balfour Declaration (1917)
- British Mandate (1917-1948)
Palestine from 1917- 1947
British Mandate policy: 1917-1948
Facilitating Jewish immigration and settlement in Palestine (denationalize Palestinians and legalize Jewish immigrants),
- Facilitating land transfer to Jewish/ Zionist Agencies,
- Oppressing Palestinians uprising and closing eyes or encouraging undergrounds Zionist Militia Urgon, Haganah and others
1947: Jewish owned- land was8%
Jews became32%of the entire population.
Division of Mandate/ Historic Palestine:
56% for a Jewish State although they owned only 8% and were approximately one third of the entire population.
43 % for Arab State
1% for Jerusalem and Bethlehem to be managed and administered by special international system
Ongoing Nakba is an institutionalized Nakb a completion of what started in 1948: the ethnic cleansing process / displacement and dispossession of Palestinians, depopulation of the Palestinian communities, confiscation of Land and prevention Palestinians from exercising their rights
Israeli Bypass roads is about 800 Km about 3 % of historic Palestine
The Israeli bypass roads in the Palestinian Territory were erected to ease the construction of the illegal Israeli settlements of the West Bank
was planned and paid by the Israeli Governorate, aiming to limit any kind of construction and development in the Palestinian communities
bypass roads in the occupied Palestinian territory as a part of its policy to coerce facts on the ground; ultimately affecting the outcome of negotiation with the Palestinians; including the establishment of a viable contiguous Palestinian State
The best Israeli offer was:
Palestinian affected directly by the wall
115,000 Palestinians have been displaced as a result of the wall
The two State solution is not viable anymore
The best way is:
The establishment of the one democratic secular state for entire its people irrespective of their religion, race, ethnic...or any basis of discrimination.