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Israel without borderlines

How racist Zionist Free Mason Ben Gurion declared the independence of Israel with a Herzl photo on the wall and without any definition of any borderlines

from: Israel, state of; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 9

presented by Michael Palomino (2007)

Racist
              Zionist Free Mason Ben Gurion in 1948 during foundation of
              Israel speech without definition of borderlines, but with
              a Herzl photo in the background.  Racist
              Zionist Free Mason Ben Gurion in 1948 during foundation of
              Israel speech without definition of borderlines, but with
              a Herzl photo in the background, taken frontally
Racist Zionist Free Mason Ben Gurion in 1948 during foundation of Israel speech without definition of borderlines, but with a Herzl photo in the background.

Every Arab knew what this meant: This was the start for a Jewish Empire and the enslavement of the Arabs according to the racist Zionist Herzl booklet "The Jewish State", but this should NOT come like this...

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[Foundation of Jewish Zionist Free Mason Israel without border definition]

<The War of Independence was, in effect, over, although it was not formally ended until the signature of the Armistice Agreement with Syria in July 1949. The fighting had been spread over a period of more than 13 months, including 61 days of coninuous combat. Israel had paid a heavy price: 4,000 soldiers and 2,000 civilians killed. The financial cost was also heavy: about 500 million dollars. The Jewish state, however, was now a definite fact, created by the effort and sacrifice of its people with noeffective assistance from the United Naitons, which had called for its establishment. On Ben-Gurion's insistence, it had been decided not to specify boundaries in the Declaration of Independence, and Israel did not feel bound by the partition map, which the U.A. mediator had ignored. It held an area of almost 8,000 sq. mi., compared with some 6,200 sq. mi. within the boundaries delineated in the partition plan, including the whole of Galilee; a coastal strip reaching down to some 27 miled north of the Sinai border, narrowing to six miles north of Tel Aviv and broadening into a corridor from the coast to Jerusalem; and the whole of the Negev. Western Jerusalem was firmly in Jewish hands.

The establishment of an Arab state and the internationalization of Jerusalem had been frustrated by the Arab attacks and the occupation (later turned into annexation) by Transjordan of the Arab-inhabited parts of Palestine (including East Jerusalem), though this did not prevent the Arabs, in later years, from repeatedly demanding a return to the boundaries laid down in the General Assembly resolution of Nov. 29, 1947.> (col. 372)

Encyclopaedia Judaica: Israel, State of,
                        vol. 9, col. 371-372, with the indication that
                        the declaration of indipendence had no
                        indications of borderlines on Ben-Gurion's
                        insistence
Encyclopaedia Judaica: Israel, State of, vol. 9, col. 371-372, with the indication that the declaration of indipendence had no indications of borderlines on Ben-Gurion's insistence
Cartoon: Israel between the political
                          systems capitalism and communism: Truman and
                          Stalin are courting the Israel baby at the
                          same time, 20 May 1948
Cartoon: Israel between the political systems capitalism and communism:
Truman and Stalin are courting the Israel baby at the same time, 20 May 1948

After 1948 any new state was in this stupid situation to be forced to make a choice between capitalism and communism system. Israel was only one victim of many new states after 1948.




[The eternal armistice - the Arab side will never accept a "Jewish State" on the base of Herzl and Moses]

<Borders. The Armistice Agreements expressly stated that the demarcation line laid down in them were not on any account to be regarded as political or territorial frontieres, but as a result of the long period during which the agreements remained in force and the failure to replace them with peace treaties, the demarcation lines were generally identified with the frontiers of the state. Israel repeatedly declared that it was prepared for peace talks without prior conditions, but also made it clear that it regarded the existing lines as a basis for negotiations on permanent frontiers despite their unsuitablility for effective defense.

David Ben-Gurion and Mowhe Sharett stated on several occasions that in a peace treaty Israel would be ready to recognize these borders as frontiers fixed "for a hundred years". The Arabs argued, on the other hand, that there could be no negotiations as long as Israel did not (col. 423)

"comply with U.N. resolutions", i.e., withdraw to the boundaries laid down in the 1947 partition scheme and agree to the return of the refugees. However, they gave no undertaking to sign peace treaties on the basis of these borders. The Soviet Union also referred to Israel's frontiers in terms of the 1947 partition borders.

Israel declared that a return to the partition borders was unacceptable. The partition proposal was based on the assumptions that the two peoples would accept the proposed solution and agree to live in peace, that an Arab state would rise in Palestine side by side with the Jewish state, and that the two would form an economic union. All these assumptions had been refuted by Arab belligerency. Nor were the Western powers prepared to identify the armistice lines with political borders.

John Foster Dulles, the U.S. secretary of state, made this clear in a speech in Neww York Aug. 26, 1955, and British Foreigh Secretary Anthony Eden, in his Guildhall address on Nev. 9, 1955, called for a compromise between the partition borders and the status quo. Both were thinking mainly of territorial concessions by Israel in the Negev, which would facilitate the creation of a land bridge between Egypt and Jordan.

it was only after the Sinai Campaign and the withdrawal of the Israel forces from the areas occupied during the fighting that pressure for frontier changed died down and the powers reconciled themselves, in parctice, with Israel rule over the areas delimited in the Armistice Agreements. In the absence of any Arab will for peace, however, these lines wer never secure borders, and the entire armistice regime collapsed in the crisis of 1967.> (col. 424)

[[The Encyclopaedia Judaica never mentions that the "Jewish State" is on the base of racist Theodor Herzl and on the base of First Mose chapter 15 phrase 18 with the indication that Great Israel will have its borders at the Euphrates. Arabs will never accept this, and the big majority of the Jews does not nead Herzl and Mose either, but they are not abolished or forbidden until now...]]


[Religions in Israel]

The surprise is that in reality Israel is not at all only a "Jewish State". But the racist Herzl book and Fist Mose chapter 15 phrase 18 are not abolished until now either, and there are no Human Rights until now.

Table 1. Population of Palestine, 1922-47
Year
xxxxxxxxxx
Muslims
Christians
Druze & Other
Jews
Total
1922
589,177xxxxx
71,464xxxxx 7,617xxxxx 83,790xxxxx 752,048xxxxx
1931
759,700xxxxx 88,907xxxxx 10,101xxxxx 174,606xxxxx 1,033,314xxxxx
1936
862,730xxxxx 108,506xxxxx 11,378xxxxx 384,708xxxxx 1,366,692xxxxx
1942
995,292xxxxx 127,184xxxxx 13,121xxxxx 484,408xxxxx 1,620,005xxxxx
1947
1,157,423xxxxx 146,162xxxxx 15,849xxxxx 614,239xxxxx 1,933,673xxxxx
from: Israel, state of; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 9, col. 1024

Table 2. Muslim Births, Deaths, and Natural Increase
Years
Births
Deaths
Natural Increase
1922/25
50.2%
26.9%
23.3%
1931/35
50.3%
25.3%
25.0%
1941/44
50.1%
19.4%
30.7%
from: Israel, state of; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 9, col. 1024

Table 3. Muslim Infant Mortality and Life Expectancy
Years
Child Mortality
(per 1,000 births)
Life Expectancy Male
Life Expectancy Female
1926/30
412
37.1 years 37.9 years
1936/40
289
46.4 years
47.7 years
1941/44
251
49.4 years
50.4 years
from: Israel, state of; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 9, col. 1024

In March 1947 the non-Jewish population was given as 1,319,434:
-- 1,157,423 Muslims
-- 146,162 Christians,
-- and 15,849 others.
( from: Israel, state of; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 9, col. 1023)

Table 4. Non-Jewish Population, 1949-69
Year
Muslims
Christians
Druzes & Others
Total
% of Population
1949
1,115,000
340,000
145,000
1,600,000
14.9%
1950
1,161,000
360,000
150,000
1,671,000
12.9%
1951
1,189,000
390,000
155,000
1,734,000
11.4%
1952
1,228,000
404,000
161,000
1,793,000
11.0%
1953
1,276,000
414,000
168,000
1,858,000
11.0%
1954
1,318,000
420,000
180,000
1,918,000
11.2%
1955
1,363,000
433,000
190,000
1,986,000
11.1%
1956
1,414,000
437,000
198,000
2,049,000
11.0%
1957
1,469,000
458,000
205,000
2,132,000
10.8%
1958
1,528,000
473,000
214,000
2,215,000
10.9%
1959
1,593,000
483,000
223,000
2,299,000
11.0%
1960
1,663,000
496,000
233,000
2,391,000
11.1%
1961
1,749,000
513,000
263,000
2,525,000
11.3%
1962
1,830,000
526,000
273,000
2,629,000
11.3%
1963
1,922,000
539,000
285,000
2,745,000
11.3%
1964
2,023,000
555,000
286,000
2,846,000
11.3%
1965
2,124,000
571,000
298,000
2,993,000
11.5%
1966
2,230,000
585,000
310,000
3,125,000
11.8%
1967*
2,866,000
706,000
331,000
3,927,000
14.1%
1968
3,008,000
721,000
333,000
4,063,000
14.3%
1969
3,170,000
730,000
340,000
4,240,000
14.5%
* Including 55,000 Muslims and 12,000 Christians added as a result of the reunification of Jerusalem
from: Israel, state of; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 9, col. 1024

[Arab population in Israel and the sinking death rate]

<The first official census in 1922 counted some 752,000 inhabitants, of whom 83,790 were Jews. Of the 668,258 non-Jews, 78% - 589,177 - were Muslims; there were 71,464 Christian and 7,617 Druze and others.

In March 1947 the non-Jewish population was given as 1,319,434:
-- 1,157,423 Muslims
-- 146,162 Christians,
-- and 15,849 others.

(The figures for Arabs in 1947 were , apparently, inflated because of the institution of rationing in 1942 and the consequent reluctance to report deaths).

Most of the Christians were also Arabs, but their total included a substantial number of English, other Europeans, and Armeniansd as well (see Table 1).

Most of the Arab growth was a result of the extraordinary natural increase, due to the fall in the death rate and the rise in fertility, while the birthrate remained stable. Natural increase rose from 23.3 per thousand in 1922-25 to 30.7 in 1941-44 (see Table 2). Fertility, as measured by the average number of children born to a Muslim mother, rose from 6.1 in 1927-29 to 8.1 in 1942-43. In Egypt, on the other hand, the death rate was 33.7 per thousand in 1924-26 and 30.3 in 1939-41, while the fertility rate in 1940 was 6.4.

As the British Mandatory government's Survey of Palestine (1946) put it:

"The Arabs of Palestine have, during the last two decades, been in an almost unique demographic position. This improvement is particularly noticeable in those sub-districts of the coastal plain which have been the main Jewish immigration areas" (p.714).

Improvements in health conditions by the drainage of swamps, better sanitation, and modern medical methods were largely responsible for almost halving the infant mortality rate among Muslim children and raising the average life-span by more than ten years (see Table 3).

In 1921 there were 304 government hospital beds in the country, 402 Jewish, and 782 Christian. By 1944 there were 1,377 beds in government and 1,410 in Jewish hospitals. The percentage of malaria patients dropped from 7.17 in 1922 to 0.7 in 1944. In Egypt, by comparison, there was no decline in infant mortality during the period; life expectancy for males rose from 31 to 34.2 between 1917-27  and 1927-37, while for females it actually fell from 36 to 31.5.

[1922-1942: Arab migration]

Part of the increase in Arab population, however, was due to migration. In the 20 years between 1922 and 1942, 20,015 Muslims, 15,645 Christians and 336 others (excluding Jews) were officially registered as immigrants to Palestine. Since there was considerable unrecorded movement of laborers across the borders, especially from Syria, the actual number of immigrants was undoubtedly much larger; it has been estimated as high as 100,000.> (col. 1023)

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Photo sources
-- racist Zionist Free Mason Ben Gurion 1948 with declaration of  foundation of Israel with Herzl photo in the background:
http://www.theodoresworld.net/archives/2008/05/60th_anniversary_of_israel_may.html

-- racist Zionist Free Mason Ben Gurion 1948 with declaraton of foundation of Israel with Herzl photo in the background, taken frontally: http://safed-tzfat.blogspot.com/2007/06/israel-1948-1951-rober-capa.html


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