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  • Muki

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    We need more details - when was it and who re[presented said government, etc ...

    And more importantly why is it in Hebrew and English.
    Considering Jews were called at the time "Palestinian Jews" because of the Mandate (Jews were not in power), Peres pledged loyalty to a Jewish Palestine, later named Israel when Jews declared independence after victory against Arab aggression.

    No promises broken.
     

    Abou Sandal

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    Considering Jews were called at the time "Palestinian Jews" because of the Mandate (Jews were not in power), Peres pledged loyalty to a Jewish Palestine, later named Israel when Jews declared independence after victory against Arab aggression.

    No promises broken.
    You're in the business of inventing stories on the fly, now?
    Palestinian Jews had Palestinian identity papers as all other Palestinians. They didn't need to sign on anything, just like any other Palestinian.
    This paper was intended for immigrant Jews, those who were not Palestinians. Their intentions to steal the land and make troubles of all kind, were very well known, and they were therefore asked to swear loyalty to its authorities should they want to get in.
     
    Considering Jews were called at the time "Palestinian Jews" because of the Mandate (Jews were not in power), Peres pledged loyalty to a Jewish Palestine, later named Israel when Jews declared independence after victory against Arab aggression.

    No promises broken.
    "Palestinian Jews" - most likely correct.

    However, I doubt that Peres pledged loyalty to "Jewish Palestine" for at that time it was British Mandate of Palestine.
    Besides had it been "Jewish Palestine" it would've been in Hebrew only.
     
    Palestinian Jews had Palestinian identity papers as all other Palestinians. They didn't need to sign on anything, just like any other Palestinian.
    This paper was intended for immigrant Jews, those who were not Palestinians.
    In general correct, but with one important distinction:

    While originally Herdian meant to erase all mention of Israel and Judea from history and he created new name for the territory covering today's Israel, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria called "Syria-Palestina" ...

    ... over the years this distinction had been lost and name itself had slowly evolved among European Christians into "Palestina/Palestine" to represent the "Holy Land", which is "Israel and Judea".

    Name "Palestina/Palestine" was adapted by European Christians and only European Christians (starting with Byzantines).

    Neither Jews nor Arabs liked the name until 1964 when Egyptian Arafat and Soviet Andropod decided to uzurp the name for phony political cause.

    So, as we can see your claim of "immigrant Jews, those who were not Palestinians" is designed only to confuse and to deceive: -

    "Palestine" had never existed as anything mare than just a geographical name and so called "Palestinian people" as ethnicity have never existed, neither then nor now.

    Trying to pass Arab occupiers and squatters of Jewish land for some kind of legitimate ethnic/political entity will not succeed.


    Their [Jews] intentions to steal the land and make troubles of all kind, were very well known, and they were therefore asked to swear loyalty to its authorities should they want to get in.
    See my answer above and feel free to verify my every word.
     
    "Israel Reunites Palestinian Girl with Mother After Father Abandons Her"

    The seven-year-old girl was found abandoned after receiving treatment at a hospital in Jerusalem. Her father abandoned her as they were on their way back to Gaza.
    Police, who were alerted to the scene, calmed her down, and then fed her and cared for her at the station.
    Israeli forces launched a search for the father and subsequently found and arrested him in the center of the country.

    Simultaneously, Israeli authorities tracked down the girl’s mother in Gaza and reunited the family at the Erez crossing into Gaza.

    https://unitedwithisrael.org/israel-reunites-palestinian-girl-with-mother-after-father-abandons-her/


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