Hodjanernes Blog

13 juni 2012

EU’s indvandringskommisær: Historisk fejltagelse at vi ikke lukkede flere arabere ind i EU

Cecilia Malmströms udtalelse er blevet fjernet fra nettet, men Fria Tider gemte en kopi.

Vi synes den børes spredes så meget som muligt.

Læs talen på det første link – hun stræber efter fælles EU-asyl politik allerede i år (2012).

Uriasposten: Malmström mener, at medlemslandene med den nye aftale har for stor magt over egne grænser.

5 april 2009

Et land uden mennesker til mennesker uden et land

I disse dage fylder Tel Aviv 100 år.

 
 
Tel aviv –  100 år siden
 
 
 
Tel Aviv – idag
 
 
A land without a people for a people without a land , (den er god nok)
 
Ifølge dette link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zionism var der kun 565.000 arabere (muslimer/kristne) i 1922 i datidens Palæstina, svarende til fx  282.000 (se nedenfor)  i 1890erne hvor folkevandringen af forfulgte jøder begyndte. Det oprindelige palæstina er ifølge link, en geografisk betegnelse for et område fra middelhavet til og med transjordanien –  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Mandate_for_Palestine, der indførte navnet palæstina/palæstinensere i moderne tid. Derfor et det mere oprindelige geografiske Palæstine, inklusive Jordan.
 
282.000 arabere på et område der er små 2 gange danmark i 1890erne? Det svarer omregnet til, at knap det dobbelte af Danmark kun er beboet i Odense og ikke mere. Jeg synes det er let at forstå at nogen synes, det område er så godt som tomt.
 

Population of Palestine by religions

year Muslims Jews Christians Others

1922

486,177

83,790

71,464

7,617

1931

493,147

174,606

88,907

10,101

1941

906,551

474,102

125,413

12,881

1946

1,076,783

608,225

145,063

15,488

 
 
 
= ca 565.000 arabere i 1922 (muslims+christians+others)
 
 
 
 
Omregnet til 1890erne: da araberne er næsten fordoblet i 20 år (1922-1941) (uden indvandring) kan man vel antage det halve antal arabere 25 år før (1922 – 25 år)  = 565.000 / 2 = 282.000 arabere – på et 80.000 km2 stort ørkenområde. Det svarer til små 2 x danmark er uden mennesker set bort fra en storby. A land without a people for a people without a land
 
1000kr spørgsmålet : Hvorfor i alverden er palæstinenserne ikke tilfredse med de ca 75-80% af det oprindelige palæstina, der idag hedder Jordan? For så var alle problemer løst, vil jeg mene.
P.H.

15 januar 2008

Arabernes ‘ret til at vende tilbage’ til Israel

American Thinker tager fat i myten om ‘palæstinensernes fordrivelse’ fra Israel og skriver blandt andet:

 Many Arab leaders as well as ordinary Palestinian Arabs have confirmed the role of the Palestinian Arab leadership and the governments of the Arab states in causing the mass evacuation of much of the Arab population from what is now Israel.  A prime example is none other than the present head of the Palestinian Authority, Mahmoud Abbas (Abu Mazen). Abbas wrote in March 1976 that

“The Arab armies entered Palestine to protect the Palestinians from the Zionist tyranny, but instead they abandoned them, forced them to emigrate and to leave their homeland, imposed upon them a political and ideological blockade and threw them into prisons similar to the ghettos in which the Jews used to live in Eastern Europe.”

Another well-informed Arab politician, Khaled al-Azm, a former Syrian Prime Minister, states in his memoirs published in 1973 that

“Since 1948, it is we who have demanded the return of the refugees, while it is we who made them leave. We brought disaster upon a million Arab refugees by inviting them and bringing pressure on them to leave. We have accustomed them to begging…we have participated in lowering their morale and social level…Then we exploited them in executing crimes of murder, arson and throwing stones upon men, women and children…all this in the service of political purposes…”

And Mahmud Al-Habbash, a columnist for the official PA paper, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, has confirmed that the Arabs left Israel in 1948 only after Arab leaders persuaded them to do so by promising them a speedy return to their homes in Palestine; as Habbash puts it, 
“the leaders and the elites promised us at the beginning of the ‘Catastrophe’ [the establishment of Israel and the creation of refugee problem] in 1948, that the duration of  the exile will not be long, and that it will not last more than a few days or months, and afterwards the refugees will return to their homes, which most of them did not leave only until they put their trust in those ‘Arkuvian’ promises made by the leaders and the political elites. Afterwards, days passed, months, years and decades, and the promises were lost with the strain of the succession of events…” [Term “Arkuvian,” is after Arkuv – a figure from Arab tradition – who was known for breaking his promises and for his lies. Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, December 13, 2006].