Why the palestinians did not get a state in 1947
The village of Lifta is often described by Israel haters as a wealthy, historically palestinian village that was ethnically cleansed by Israel. But what's the truth?
More proof there was no separate “palestinian” identity, and that the Arabs in the area considered themselves part of Syria.
The New York Times opinion on the "refugee" issue back in 1957
The term "Palestinian" to refer to the Arabs who were living here pre-1948, as well as their descendants, is a relatively recent invention. Here's another example showing this.
Part one of the documentary series on Zionism, one of the biggest productions ever undertaken on Israeli Television
British Pathé news story on the respective reactions of the Jews and Arabs to the partition plan
A new installment in my latest series
More valuable insights from long ago
I've dealt with it before: contrary to the palestinian Arab narrative, the land was a desolate mess before the mass immigration of Jews returning to their indigenous homeland. But it never hurts to provide more proof.
Some little known facts about Nazi-Arab collaboration in Palestine during the 1930s
More illuminating reports from the New York Times back in the day
The New York Times stating the obvious over 40 years ago, but what they won't state now