Sunday, June 28, 2015

Preventing Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria is a violation of international law and League of Nations

Preventing Jewish settlements in Judea and Samaria is a violation of international law and League of Nations
The “Mandate” Defined Where Jews Are and Are Not Permitted to Settle
The “Mandate for Palestine” document did not set final borders. It left this for the Mandatory to stipulate in a binding appendix to the final document in the form of a memorandum. However, Article 6 of the “Mandate” clearly states:
“The Administration of Palestine, while ensuring that the rights and position of other sections of the population are not prejudiced, shall facilitate Jewish immigration under suitable conditions and shall encourage, in co-operation with the Jewish agency referred to in Article 4, close settlement by Jews on the land, including State
lands and waste lands not required for public purposes.”
"It should be remembered that in 1918, with the fall of the Ottoman Empire, Britain and France were handed more than 5,000,000 square miles to divvy up and 99% was given to the Arabs to create countries that did not exist previously. Less than 1% was given as a Mandate for the re-establishment of a state for the Jews on both banks of the Jordan
. In 1921, to appease the Arabs once again, another
three quarters of that less than 1% was given to a fictitious state called
Trans-Jordan." (Jack Berger,
May 31, 2004.)
The total for all the 22 Arab League countries is 6,145,389 square miles (SM). By comparison, all 50 states of the United States have a total of 3,787,318 SM. Israel has 8,463 SM, about one-sixth of that of the State of Michigan. Iran, TurkeyPakistan and Afghanistan are Muslim but not Arab and are not included.
World Arab population: 300 million; World Jewish population: 13.6 million; Israel's Jewish population: 5.4 million. 
(Dr. Wilbert Simkovitz,
"... during the late 1940s, more than 40 million refuges around the world were resettled, except for one people. They [Palestinian arabs] remain defined as refugees, wallowing 60 years later in 59 UNRWA refugee camps, financed by $400 million contributed annually by nations of the world to nurture the promise of the "right of return" to Arab neighborhoods and Arab villages from 1948 that no longer exist." (Noam Bedein, Jerusalem Post, January 6, 2009.)
Some 990,000 Jewish families were forced to leave behind
$3 trillion in assets when they were forced to flee for their lives from the
Arab countries in the 1940s. They hold deeds for five times
Israel's size. (Independent Media Centre, Winnipeg - 120,440 sq. km.)
Re Israel's irrevocable ownership of Israel, Golan, Samaria, Judea and Gaza: "Nothing that Israel's legal system says can change the facts that: (1) the legal binding document is the Mandate of the League of Nations and (2) the obligations of the Mandate are valid in perpetuity." (Professor Julius Stone)
"By 1920 the Ottoman Empire had exercised undisputed sovereignty over Palestine for 400 years. In Article 95 of the treaty of Sevres, that sovereignty was transferred to England in trust for a national homeland for the Jewish people.

The local Arabs had never exercised sovereignty over Palestine and so they lost nothing. Their rights were fully protected by a provisio in the grant: ' being clearly understood
that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights
of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine...' The proviso has been
fully observed by the Israelis. Since 1950 the Arabs have built some 261 new
settlements in
Judea and Samaria — more than twice as many as the Jews, but you never
hear of them. They fill them with Arabs from
Lebanon, Egypt and Jordan and by the grace of God they become Palestinians.
Allahu Akbar! The Arabs call
Judea "the West Bank' because
they would look silly claiming that Jews are illegally living in

1 comment:

  1. Judea and Samaria is Jewish territory - No annexation is required

    Let me pose an interesting scenario. If you had a country and it was conquered by foreign powers over a period of time. After many years you have taken back you country and land in various defensive wars. Do you have to officially annex those territories. It was always your territory and by retaking control and possession of your territory it is again your original property and there is no need to annex it. The title to your property is valid today as it was many years before.
    Annexation only applies when you are taking over territory that was never yours to begin with, just like some European countries annexed territories of other countries.

    YJ Draiman