State Terror at Unlawful Birth of Israel

In 1946 the British were still in political control of Palestine, formerly ruled by the Ottomons, under an arrangement created in the wake of World War I and approved by the League of Nations in 1923.

The Zionist movement, led primarily by Jews from Eastern Europe, was determined to drive the British out and terrorism of all sorts—assassinations, kidnappings, bombings, extortion, etc.—was at the very core of the effort.

The problem with the British was that they were carrying out their commitment under the Balfour Declaration far too conscientiously.   As a means of gaining support from world Jewry, especially in the United States and Russia, against their enemies in World War I, which included the Ottomon Empire, the Balfour Declaration endorsed the idea of a Jewish home (not the Zionist objective of a ‘homeland’ or ‘state’) in Palestine (still at that time under Ottomon control), ‘it being clearly understood that nothing [would be] done which [would] prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine (still at that time under Ottomon control).

The Zionists wanted massive Jewish immigration from Europe and total political control of Palestine, with the apparent eventual goal of supplanting the entire non-Jewish population from the area.  Such policies would certainly have been—and have been—prejudicial in the extreme toward the rights of the locals, and the British refused to institute them, incurring the murderous wrath of the terrorist Stern Gang, which counted future Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir (born Icchak Jeziernicky) among its leaders and its brother in terror, Irgun, one of whose leaders was future Prime Minister Menachem Begin (born Mieczysław Biegun).  Why British government officials, and Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin in particular, would have been targeted for killing by the Zionist terrorists can be well appreciated by reference to Bevin’s Wikipedia page.

Although the attempted assassinations in Britain were unsuccessful, the terror campaign against the British worked.  The British gave up their mandate and turned the whole question of Palestine’s future over to the United Nations to decide.  Under heavy pressure from the United States, the majority of the UN General Assembly voted to partition Palestine into Jewish and non-Jewish sectors.  This final arrangement, according to Bevin, was “…so manifestly unjust to the Arabs that it is difficult to see how we could reconcile it with our conscience.”

Legal rights?

This is a comment on where it is claimed that Israel (a) has a legal right to exist, and (b) has a right to hugely enlarged national boundaries.

I here argue that Israel’s righto exist is based on force and de facto occupation, achieved though tactics of terror.

This is being composed on Easter Sunday.

This Israeli-Zionist site affirms that through “Goebbels-like propaganda , the world has accepted certain fallacies i.e. the ‘Palestinians’ or ‘Occupied territory’ or ‘illegal settlements’”. What?

1917 Balfour Declaration, sent to Lord Rothschild:

His Majesty’s Government view with favor the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavors to facilitate the achievement of this object, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine.

That is a statement of intent, with a condition.

1920 San Remo Conference:

The San Remo mandate is described as ‘Israel’s Magna Carta.’ That Conference discussed how to carve up the old Ottoman Empire, part of which the British had gotten a hold of (the T. E. Lawrence story). It confirmed the Balfour Declaration whereby ‘a national home for the Jewish people’ would be located in Palestine. Lord Balfour was present. The San Remo conference gave a directive to Great Britain –

An effort was made by the British to fulfil this mandate, of not prejudicing the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities, but this was terminated by Jewish terrorist groups such as the Strern Gang, who wished to treat the local residents as lice to be eradicated: thus the erasure of the village of Deir Yassin in 1948. The legal declaration is therefore invalid and not applicable.

One cannot use the tactics of terror and then pretend to have a legal mandate.

1922, the League of Nations,
Quoting from the Israeli website: The League of Nations, predecessor to the UN, formally adopted the British Mandate for Palestine — a legally binding document that was approved by all 51 members of the League of Nations. It agreed that: “the Mandatory [Britain] should be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 2nd, 1917 [Balfour Declaration], by the Government of His Britannic Majesty, and adopted by the said Powers, in favor of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people…”

The League of Nations here voted unanimously that, ” No discrimination of any kind shall be made between the inhabitants of Palestine on the ground of race, religion or language.” (article 15), ” it being clearly understood that nothing should be done which might prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine” (2nd Para).

James Thring (Ministry of Peace) supplied the following comments:

1) The League of Nations Mandate only gave Britain the responsibility for putting their rather vague declaration into effect, it did not establish a state. Even the Jewish historian Martin Gilbert, in his book ‘Israel a History’ does not claim the establishment of a state by the 1922 Covenant of the League of Nations. In fact he quotes it as saying:
“An appropriate Jewish Agency shall be recognised as a public body for the purpose of advising and cooperating with the administration of PALESTINE [sic. not Israel], in such economic, social and other matters as may effect the establishment of a Jewish National Home and the interests of the Jewish population in Palestine.”

2) It is questionable whether any body has a legal right to secede another nation’s territory to immigrants from foreign countries.

3) His Majesty’s government, in undertaking this dubious responsibility, was under the obligation set out in the final version (1922) of the Balfour Declaration that:

“…it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine…”

This responsibility was gradually eroded by Jewish terror gangs like Irgun, Stern and Haganah which sabotaged British Army efforts to police the rights of both sides. These terrorist campaigns effectively therefore, abrogated any ‘ right’ they may have been granted by the League. And the Jews in Palestine, from the man-in-the-street to the heads of the administration persisted in terrorizing, persecuting, falsely imprisoning and even murdering the indigenous people. They thus broke the Covenant and thus denied their ‘rights’.

4) Under the Mandate, Palestine was officially ‘Palestine’, not ‘Israel’ or ‘a Jewish National Home’. The UN envoy Count Bernadotte produced a plan for the Jews to occupy about 25% of Palestine. He also re-asserted the right of Palestinians who had been driven out by Jewish terrorists, to return. But the Zionists rejected this and murdered him. This is not a legally acceptable method of establishing a ‘home’ on someone else’s land.

5) Under the Mandate a Plan for a Jewish State included the Negev south of Hebron and the Dead Sea; a narrow coastal strip from north of Istud to Haifa; and the area round Lake Tiberius. It did not include the Districts of Gaza, Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Hebron, Jericho or the whole central area up to the Jordan. The place known as Israel was not recognised as a State until 1948. But even then, this was by force majeur and not by the recognised international process set up by the UN in which Arab and Jewish interests were represented by several nations at a Committee on Palestine. The Arab side of this Committee, consisting of Iraq, Jordan, Syria and a 17 other states, did not agree to the Mandate Plan.

6) In 1948 Jewish forces attacked the Jordanian and other Arab police in Jerusalem and the West Bank and claimed the land by military force. This is not acceptable in law and constitutes an Act of Aggression or what is known as a War Crime.

7) Over-looking this criminal prelude to grabbing a home, we are continually reminded of the criminal character of the fraternity responsible. The crimes against the Palestinians in every category continue to mount. They thus undermine the entitlement of that fraternity to invade, occupy and ethnically ‘cleanse’ their hosts’ land.

8) For a state to be regarded as a legal entity it must define its borders. The Israelis continually enlarge the territory they have stolen by military force. For example, they have taken the Golan Heights from Syria; the Southern Farms from Lebanon; the Dead Sea from Jordan and Jerusalem from international guardianship, in addition to gradual thefts of the West Bank from Palestine.
I hope this helps to show why the state of Israel is not recognised by several nations and should not be recognised by any.

1947 UN Resolution
This recommendation was placed before the General Assembly and adopted on November 29, 1947 by a vote of 33 to 12, with 10 abstentions.
Quoting the Israeli website: “It is imperative to note that General Assembly Resolutions carry no weight in international law. This resolution was only a recommendation — it was not binding … (See text of resolution) Legally, this plan would have had binding force only as an agreement between the two parties, i.e., the Jews of Palestine and the Arabs of Palestine. However, while the Jewish population of Palestinian accepted the proposal, the Arab population did not: they rejected the entire resolution. Thus the partition plan was aborted.
This UN Resolution is thus described as an “aborted resolution.” NB I noticed that the text of this UN Resolution had no word about treating neighbours or local residents respectfully.

1948  Israeli leaders affirmed the historic right of Jews to return and establish the State of Israel.
However it is doubtful whether the white Ashkenazi Khazars who thus ‘returned’ to Israel had any ancestral or genetic link to Israel – see Shlomo Sand’s book ‘The Invention of the Jewish People’.

Quote from Harry Truman

My efforts to persuade the British to relax immigration restrictions in Palestine might have fallen on more receptive ears if it had not been for the increasing acts of terrorism that were being committed in Palestine.  There were armed groups of extremists who were guilty of numerous outrages.  On June 16 eight bridges were blown up near the Trans-Jordan border, and two other explosions were set off in Haifa.  The following day there was a pitched battle between Jews and British troops in Haifa, other explosions had started a fire and caused great damage in the rail yards there.  British officers were kidnapped.  Others were shot at from passing automobiles.  Explosions took place in ever-increasing numbers, and the British uncovered a plot by one extremist group to kidnap the British commander in chief in Palestine.  –Memoirs of Harry S. Truman, Vol. 2, Years of Hope (1956). pp. 150-151

… at one Cabinet meeting he reportedly grew so furious over the subject of the Jews that he snapped, “Jesus Christ couldn’t please them when he was on earth, so how could anyone expect that I would have any luck?” –David McCullough, Truman (1992), p. 599


“The fact is that recent john Hopkins peer-reviewed genetic research has shown unequivocally that over 80% of all Judaics living in Israel have absolutely NO ancient Hebrew Blood at all are are not Semites at all either, but that 90% plus of all Palestinians DO have ancient Hebrew Blood and are actually relatives of Jesus Christ. This means in practical terms that Israel HAS absolutely NO valid claim to any Palestinian lands..”