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The 120 member-strong Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) has issued a political declaration whose points include the demand that Israel withdraw from occupied Syrian territories in the Golan.

In a statement published Friday after a virtual ministerial meeting, the NAM declared that its members “condemn all measures taking by Israel, the Occupying power, to alter the legal, physical and demographic status of the Occupied Syrian Golan, and demand once again that Israel should abide by the United Nations Security council resolution 497 (1981), and to withdraw fully from the Occupied Syrian Golan to the borders of 4 June 1967, in the implementation of Security Council resolutions 242 (1967) and 338 (1973).”

In addition, the NAM reiterated that “a just, lasting solution to the question of Palestine in all its aspects must remain a priority on the Movement’s agenda and remains also a permanent responsibility of the United Nations until it is satisfactorily resolved in all aspects in accordance with international law and the relevant United Nations resolutions.”

The group of nations also reaffirmed the need to “respect the territorial integrity, sovereignty, the sovereign equality, political independence and inviolability of international borders of other states,” and to refrain from intervention in other countries’ internal affairs.

Established in 1961 at the height of the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States, the NAM was envisioned as an alternative to the idea of a bipolar world order of two competing military blocs.

Today, the NAM consists of 120 member nations, with most countries in the Middle East and Africa, plus much of Latin America and Asia and several post-Soviet republics among its members. China, Mexico, Brazil and over a dozen other countries serve as observers.

ALSO READ  Syrian Army prepares for new operation near occupied Golan Heights

The Trump administration formally recognized Israeli ‘sovereignty’ over the Golan in March 2019. Dozens of countries, including the US’s European allies, condemned the decision. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called it a “conscious, deliberate demonstration of lawlessness.”

Earlier this summer, on the occasion of President Trump’s birthday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced “practical steps” to create a so-called ‘Trump Heights’ settlement in the Golan in honour of the president’s recognition of Israeli control over the territory. The Israeli government plans to allocate some $2.3 million for construction of the settlement.

 

Source: Sputnik

 

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Hind Abyad
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2020-10-11 18:14

My replies disappeared.

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2020-10-11 20:30
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check whether they are awaiting approval. I cannot log in anymore since then some replies and posts need approval.

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2020-10-13 07:09
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Censorship has became hardcore here, no surprise the vibrant dialogues that long were the site’s main interest are gone…

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2020-10-13 09:18
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No. My friend they do not censor here at AMN. Except maybe commercial postings. I can for some reason see posts that await approval – in one of my browsers. What You understand as censorship is mostly lost posts due to Script errors on the page. Plus it can take days or longer for posts to be approved.

They censor at youtube and disqus. If You post anti Hasbara opinions like me. Or dare to point to historically wrong Allied war propaganda. And my posts are never totally unwarranted and researched.

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Several of your, Daeshbags Sux’, some Marco’s and my posts from 2020 10.11 are still listed as awaiting approval. No idea why I can see such Info. IMHO there could be technical issues at AMN or they are forgotten? Since several people are hit – this can not be intentional censorship IMHO.

Among them are your posts about the UNSC resolutions – which is sad – since they are interesting for all.

Maybe we should re-post?

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What a joke!
From all the problems in the world. This is what they are focusing on.
Makes you wonder why?
(that’s great leadership, indeed 🤣)

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2020-10-11 03:28
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Great news but the Ashkenaze will rather use the Samson Option blackmail.

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Great News but Israel would use the Samson Option blackmail

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2020-10-11 08:41
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As long as Mohammedan individuals, organisations or countries call for the Destruction of Israel Blackmail to achieve ends or as political end-solution they must not complain that Israeli threaten to use the Samson Option.

Daeshbags Sux
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2020-10-11 17:07
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Israel doesn’t threatens.

call for the Destruction of Israel

In total violation of UN Charter. According to UN Rules, they should be reduced as observers (no vote at UNGA) as long as they do so.

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2020-10-11 16:36
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Since judge Samson shook the Dagon’s temple pillars, the Samson option is surely about doing the same to the pillar of Islam = Nuke the cube… I wouldn’t be surprised would it ended to be done by Pakis or China.

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2020-10-11 17:11
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Why Pakis? The Islamists that they created are biting the hand that fed them! With an economy in shambles, if Pak-army loses control, they may decide to kill Islam rather than losing power to the Talibans

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NAM are not demanding the return of: (examples limited only to Israel vicinity, not worldwide) 1: Turkey annexed the Syrian Hatay Province. The area is much larger compared to the Golan heights.  Syria didn’t attacked Turkey unlike the many Syria attacks against Israel 2. Turkey invaded and conquered 30% of Cyprus, expelling all the Christian population.   3. Iran seized Abu Musa, the Greater and Lesser Tonbs, islands that legally belonged to the United Arab Emirates 4: Syria conquered the Al Hama area from Israel.  Syria is an aggressor against Israel and was defeated.  Many defeated aggressors paid a price.  Examples: 1.… Read more »

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2020-10-13 08:49

@Ariely  2020-10-11 08:04 Awaiting for approval – LOL why do I see it? NAM are not demanding the return of:(examples limited only to Israel vicinity, not worldwide)1: Turkey annexed the Syrian Hatay Province. The area is much larger compared to the Golan heights. Syria didn’t attacked Turkey unlike the many Syria attacks against Israel Hatay was given by France as colonial power – there was a fake referendum. 2. Turkey invaded and conquered 30% of Cyprus, expelling all the Christian population.    invaded and conquered 36% of Cyprus on behalf of 18% Turkish Cypriotes. 3. Iran seized Abu Musa, the Greater and… Read more »

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2020-10-11 08:35

You cannot expect withdrawal while entities like Hamas demand the destruction of Israel.

The 1967 borders are the 1948 truce lines. Since that time the Mohammedan nations chased away the Arab Jews from their homes to Israel and other parts of the world and appropriated their wealth among it private lands much much bigger than the land owned by Palestinians in West Bank and Gaza.

How does the Non Aligned Movement plan to address this problem?

Daeshbags Sux
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2020-10-11 17:00
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Arab-League stole 200,000km² of real estate when they expelled 1.2 million [non-Israeli] Jews from countries joining the league. Est. value is over $100bn

Daeshbags Sux
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2020-10-11 17:03
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“much much bigger than the land owned by Palestinians in West Bank and Gaza”

Palis don’t own this, they’re squatters since 1948, no matter what propaganda says. IDF should had expelled all those without pre-1922 roots in 1967.

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2020-10-11 17:16
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IDF did not. And they were there by UK immigration laws
Even if they migrated there between 1918 and 1948.

And I mean individual land titles of families and clans.
They are only squatters if they are on Jewish property.

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2020-10-11 17:19
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More likely as many as Palestinians – but never mind.
More private land as the total area of cis Jordan Palestine.

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2020-10-12 04:12
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Arab League in response to May 15 1948
Newly established Jewish ”War of Independence” (no recognized borders) expelled 750,000 Palestinians to neighboring Arab countries, 9200,000 fled internally to Gaza refugee camp. Over 400 villages destroyed civilians waving white flags shot buried in mass graves.

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2020-10-13 00:30
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Mohammedan countries ethnic clearances of Jews between 1948 – 1962 or so. About 730,000 Palestinians and about 700,000 Jews (excluding those who immigrated to France or other places). Most of them lived in their own homes. A couple of 100.000 Jews went to France or the Americas. So there was what amounts to a population exchange between Arabic League and Israel. Only 16.9 per cent of the arable land in Israel had been abandoned by Arab owners who imprudently heeded the call from neighbouring countries to “get out of the way” while the invading Arab armies made short shrift of… Read more »

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2020-10-13 07:12
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Except that there was no Jewish ”War of Independence”: Israel got independent from the UK, but the rest is true : Arab league expelled the Fakestinians

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2020-10-12 19:29
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Private homes private land are bigger than a Country? Haha! Please keep up with actuality. BTW, these Arab countries invited back the Jews.

Mohamedan is a fake expression in our times and ages.
Middle East Arabs are only 30% of World Islam.

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The estimated Jewish-owned real-estate left behind in Arab lands is at 100,000 square kilometers (four times the size of the state of Israel). Please inform yourself before You challenge me. Give a link to prove the invitation and that the Mizrahim can come and get their real estate and all possession back! BTW. Not even an Arab Jew would be so dumb and greedy to risk life and limb and return into dhimmitude without all the lost riches. 4.81 you obey Mohammed SAW so I call you Mohammedan not Islamist. I did not say that only Middle East Arabs persecuted… Read more »

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2020-10-13 07:14
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Actually, it’s more than 200,000km². 100,000km² was the 1948 first wave. Countries that joined the Arab-League later did so. There was a huge Jew population in Algeria until 1962.

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mon ami, I do not think so. IMHO it was calculated by estimates of house gardens plus known real estate holdings. My source AFAIK used 1948-1962. But since Israel including occupied territories has 29.211 square km and 16.9% of the land was owned by Arabs that left – you would need just 4936,659 sq.km to compensate all. And it is not only Arab league countries that drove the native Mizrahim abroad. More than 80.000 came from Turkey – where less than 20.000 remained. Iran also had up to 100.000 and only about 8.000 remain now. p.s. All Semites, old Nobility… Read more »

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2020-10-13 01:14
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https://www.myjli.com/survival/index.php/2017/03/26/land-ownership-in-palestine-1880-1948/ In May 1948 the State of Israel was established in only part of the area allotted by the original League of Nations Mandate. 8.6 percent of the land was owned by Jews and 3.3 per cent by Israeli Arabs, while 16.9 per cent had been abandoned by Arab owners who imprudently heeded the call from neighbouring countries to “get out of the way” while the invading Arab armies made short shrift of Israel. The rest of the land—over 70 per cent—had been vested in the Mandatory Power, and accordingly reverted to the State of Israel as its legal heir.… Read more »

Daeshbags Sux
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2020-10-11 00:39

Except that the NAM is telling lies! UNSC Res.497 says the annexation is null and void, the occupation isn’t and so will it be as long Syria refuses any peace treaty… Where the occupied area may chose to stay with Israel.

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2020-10-11 00:48
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The legitimate border of Israel stand by the 1922 San Remo treaty which is the only one standing under UN Charter. Gaza and West-Bank absolutely belong to Israel. Egypt engaged in a peace treaty and got Sinai back in virtue of Res.242+338, Syria refused.

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2020-10-11 00:52
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And there were no “1967 borders” : these were 1948 ceasefire lines. Under intl’ law, these are Israel’s borders:comment image

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2020-10-11 00:56
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It’s high time for the NAM to re-read the UN Charter and resolutions it quotes without reading them! Same for occupation of Tibet by China or Kashmir by Pakistan which are way more serious than Golan!

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2020-10-11 05:17
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List of United Nations resolutions concerning Israel…And United Nations General Assembly resolutions 1948: December 11: Resolution 194: establishes Conciliation Commission; protection of and free access to Jerusalem and other Holy Places; Resolves that the refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbours should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return and for loss of or damage to property which, under principles of international law or in equity, should be made good by the Governments or authorities… Read more »

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2020-10-11 09:12
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The House of the West especially France must sweep before its own doors. Especially in the areas that have had their own languages – and where France committed cultural and ethnic genocide to a number of small nations.

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2020-10-11 16:41
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Quel rapport avec la choucroute???
Moreover, you’d surely be surprised how local cultures are still alive and kicking in our former colonies, michamasch!

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2020-10-11 17:25
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As longs as you have down your trousers fast enough.
Else du menen Arsch.
I am surprised that you point to the colonies when the regional Romance and Germanic dialects in France are almost killed. .

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2020-10-13 07:23
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Ich spreche Deutsch und Platt, nicht so gut wie Englisch, genau wie Scheiße Französe 😉

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2020-10-13 09:51
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Ich spreche Deutsch und Platt, nicht so gut wie Englisch, genau wie Scheiße Französe  Französisch auch – kann ich kaum glauben. 😛 Du meinst doch mit Platt nicht etwa Niederdeutsch? Nein du meinst sicher einen moselfränkischen Dialekt – die gehören zum westmitteldeutscher Dialektverband. Ich wohne in dem Bereich, wo man früher Ostfälisch sprach – das ist Niederdeutsch. Wir sind hier aber wegen der Vertreibung aus unserer Heimat. Nein guck dir an, was in der Gegend von Dünkirchen mit dem Dialekt ist. Der Dialekt gehört zum Niederdeutschen. Mit den romanischen Dialekten ist alles noch viel weiter. Richtig Okzitanisch sprechen sie nur… Read more »

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2020-10-11 20:41
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But OT. Syria is topic here not China or anything.

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2020-10-11 05:27
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‘Logic tells us “territories occupied” and not withdrawn from or legally annexed, are still occupied, no matter whose territories they might be.
They’re called “territories occupied” because A) the Laws of War say “Territory is considered occupied when it is actually placed under the authority of the hostile army” and; B) “it is inadmissible to ‘acquire’ territories by war.

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Interesting picture of a map. Where did you find it and what is it? The St. Remo treaty does not delimitate the legal Golan boundaries of Israel – like the Isreali claim in their Hasbara. And the map is not based on the St. Remo treaty! IMHO the map shows the results of the Paulet–Newcombe Agreements, a series of treaties between 1920–23. They contained the principles and details for the boundary between the French and British mandates in the region. In 1923 the British gave the southern Golan Heights to the French in return for the northern Jordan Valley. The… Read more »

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2020-10-11 16:45
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In fact, Golan Heights were initially part of the Brit mandate, and the Rotschilds’ bought all Palestine incl. GH

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I pointed You to the fact that Your very map shows Golan as Syrian-French mandate. I told You the reason and You answer with a brazen Hasbara lie. The  Paulet–Newcombe Agreements are the treaties that delimitated the borders like shown on your map. Rothschild and Balfour’s promise are history by 1923. The Great War is over. French and Brits betray their Jewish, Arab, Greek allies – look to the other side when the Turks continue their genocides. Look aside when the Soviets finance Atatürk’s victory and deny even a loan to the Greek. And the mighty British fleet stands by… Read more »

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2020-10-11 16:50
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When it comes to ‘Arab-Palestine’, Brit gave it, as well as Iraq, to the Bani-Hashem when the Bani-Saud expelled them from Mecca which they ruled for centuries.

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2020-10-11 16:52
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In fact, Brits had promised Syria to the Hashemites, that’s why the sharif of Mecca was OK to let the Jews with full Israel+Jordan, but at the same time, the Perfidious Albion let Syria to the French, preferring Iraq(oil)

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2020-10-11 16:55
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The Perfidious Albion induced the same mess by creating Porkistan and backing the infamous Jinnah who was absolutely insane.

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2020-10-12 02:02
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The ‘Perfidious Albion’ gave you Palestine, not God!

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2020-10-13 07:26
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‘Perfidious Albion’ gave me nothing, I’m not Israeli! God can’t give anything since it doesn’t exists. Stupd Qu’ran twice says that Israel belongs to Jews

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Elsaß-Lothringen was taken from the rightful owners with the same money that financed the Balfour declaration. p.s.  France destroyed the republic of Elsaß-Lothringen. The population did get no say – which had been promised by the Wilson’s 14 points as self determination of the people. So they were treated like the ex-Ottoman colony of Palestine. Elsaß-Lothringen’s Landtag proclaimed itself the supreme authority of the land with the name of Nationalrat, This Reichsland Elsaß -Lothringen state parliament under Eugen Ricklin proclaimed the independent Republic of Elsaß -Lothringen on November 11, 1918, which was not recognized internationally because the irredentist war aims… Read more »

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akhi, the Zionist bought Ottoman Palestine from the Entente – by financing their victory to conquer it from the Ottoman empire. You will remember Balfour’s promise. In return they floated bonds in the US to buy American arms and material that the Entente could not produce themselves. In the end the US had to join the war to prevent to bankruptcy of the US middle class that bought the bonds floated by Zionist banking houses such as Rothschild & co. p.s. Our brother Daeshbags Sux is from Elsaß-Lothringen that was also conquered with the money gathered by the Zionists. So… Read more »

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2020-10-11 17:54
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The Brits were French partners in crime. Trans Jordan Palestine went to the Hashemites plus Iraq.

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2020-10-13 07:28
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We all should have waited 200-300 years before decolonising all this, Brits should have taken the black stone and secretly thrown it into a volcano

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2020-10-13 11:33
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The Brits in their wisdom pampered the Beni Saud.

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2020-10-12 02:18
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Brits never ”promised Syria to the Hashemites”.
Hashemites ruled Arabia for 900 years.
Brits gave Arabia to al Saoud Medieval tribe.
Standard Oil (Rothschild British Petroleum) oil in Arabia.
The Hashemites had to move out of their lands.

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2020-10-13 07:31
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The promise is well documented. SO=Rockefeller=US, not Rothschild. BP was created by UK govt

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The promise is well documented. Link? SO=Rockefeller=US German American name. People from the rye field. BP was created by UK govt Not created but stolen during WWI by the UK! The history of the British Petroleum Company begins in Germany. In 1904 the Deutsche Petroleum-Aktiengesellschaft (DPAG) was founded in Berlin, which in 1906 became part of the European Petroleum Union (EPU). In 1906 the company founded a subsidiary called the British Petroleum Company to sell its products in Great Britain. The abbreviation BP became the brand name for the marketing of the company’s oil products. After the German-owned British Petroleum… Read more »

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No Idea about a promise of Syria for the Hashemites. They founded the Arab Syrian kingdom with consent of the UK military administration. All I know is here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_Kingdom_of_Syria

No AFAIK oil was found later after 1938 or so.
Standard Oil Company was AFAIK US.
Owner families AFAIK German Americans.

But the Beni Saud got powerful with surplus ammo and other handouts from the Britons. Else they would IMHO not have had a chance against their local rivals such as the Hashemites and Rashidis.

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‘There is no UNSC resolution condemning the Arab States Declaration on the Invasion of Palestine, 15th May 1948. Israel was already exceeding the borders it had just Declared Sovereignty over. The Arab States had every right to protect what remained of the entity of Palestine.

The USA was the FIRST country to recognize Israeli Sovereignty. In doing so, the USA, in 1948 acknowledged that anything beyond Israel’s Sovereignty was NOT Israel’s )–

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‘UNSC res 242 calls for Palestine and Israel to negotiate borders’. But UNSC res. 242 does not contain the word ‘negotiate’ or ‘Palestine/Palestinians’. It was a resolution to stop hostilities between already existing states, all of whom had pre-existing borders between them. It is not about Palestinian statehood. The Israeli/Egypt Peace Treaty states the purpose of UNSC resolution 242 “Convinced of the urgent necessity of the establishment of a just, comprehensive and lasting peace in the Middle East in accordance with Security Council Resolutions 242 and 338;“. Israel agreed by signing the Peace Treaty! No? Or you’ll hear ‘Israel has… Read more »

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2020-10-11 05:31
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Syria is not Egypt nor Palestine!

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2020-10-11 16:47
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Hafez al-Assad said that Palestine is Southern-Syria, king Hussein said that Palestine is Jordan. And Palestine has never been a country (and will never be), it’s a geographic region.

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2020-10-11 20:50
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Your very map shows Palestine as a country where two states are to be created because the Brits had sold it twice.

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2020-10-13 07:33
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YUP! Her majesty has high living standards, it costs big!

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2020-10-12 01:55
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1-Palestine is still Occupied South Western Syria.
2- King Hussein never said ”Palestine is Jordan’, Zionists say that.

Jordan is the name of a River genius.
Jordan River is the East Bank of Palestinian Territories, given by the British to Hashemit Sheriff Hussein.
Name in Arabic is ”East of Jordan River”

PS-The people of Syria will never accept the existence of Zionism or ISIS.

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2020-10-13 07:35
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We should had kept Syria as a colony, it would be better for everybody.

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Give me the link to the he results of the pole asking the Jewish and Arab population of the two Palestines what they wanted – that preceded and are the basis of the treaty you mention. Because I can easily give you a link to Wilson’s 14 points that imply that all nations have certain undeniable rights to self governance and independence. p.s. The problems and wars now are from the fact that Wilson promised something that was given not even to the part of allied nations that were promised liberation from Germany – when Entente’s irredentist war aims were… Read more »

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2020-10-11 20:39
Reply to  Daeshbags Sux

Not only annexation but:
“Reaffirming that the acquisition of territory by force is inadmissible, in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, the principles of international law and relevant Security Council resolutions,”

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2020-10-13 07:39
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In a perfect world, for sure, but Turks, Arab-League, China and some others have issues with this.

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2020-10-13 11:18
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If the Turks continue to have issues – we must leave our perfect little world in the EU – where we negotiated our little problems with success – for more than two generations – without thought of a war. Well we need to apply article 42.7 of the EU treaty to a nation that thinks those that have managed to be meek for so long are week. If the would be Caliph wants to return to the times of Futūh and Hudna (constant war of conquest and only truce) with a militarised nation bent on the “opening” of the Dār… Read more »