Every war Israel has waged since 1948 has had the same objective: expulsion of the native people and theft of more land. But why are we in the west silent on this truth?

Pilger, John
January 2009
New Statesman;1/12/2009, Vol. 138 Issue 4931, p10
In this article the author airs his views on aspects of the Arab-Israeli conflict on the occasion of the 2008-09 military action launched against Gaza by Israeli armed forces. He examines issues surrounding the conflict including the Israeli decision to expel Palestinians from occupied lands and aspects of the 1967 war. He accuses the Israelis of precipitating a genocide in Gaza.


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