The great crime

Goodman, Arthur
February 2009
Red Pepper Magazine;Feb/Mar2009, Issue 164, p17
The article focuses on the treatment of Israelites against the Palestinians in Israel. It relates the establishment of the Jewish State in Palestine by the Zionists from 1882 to early 1920s, and the resolution of the United Nations in 1947 that gave Israel greater partition of land than the Palestinians. It also highlights the displacement of thousands of Palestinians from the new Jewish state and the existence of conflict between the Palestinians and the Jews since then.


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