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Gandhi said NO to a Jewish State in PALESTINE

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Mahatma Gandhi’s Speech (Unedited Voice)

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Mahatma Gandhi Rejected Zionism

MK Gandhi rejected Zionism, famously saying that “Palestine belongs to the Arabs in the same sense that England belongs to the English or France to the French. It is wrong and inhuman to impose the Jews on the Arabs… Surely it would be a crime against humanity to reduce the proud Arabs so that Palestine can be restored to the Jews partly or wholly as their national home.” Gandhi rejected the idea of a Jewish State in Palestine, saying that Biblical concepts of Palestine didn’t constitute geographical tracts, and that the “real Jerusalem is the spiritual Jerusalem”.

 

Gandhi’s ‘controversial’ secrets

British war hero, Sir Winston Churchill, a Christian Zionist, called India’s most celebrated Hindu leader Mahatma Gandhi a “Naked Fair” (naked beggar) for not covering his body in public.

Gandhi was against the notorious Balfour Declaration (1917), a British plan to solve Europe’s centuries-old Jewish problem. In a letter to Dr. Chaim Weizman, president of World Zionist movement in 1930s, Gandhi advised him to run a non-violent anti-Nazi campaign in order to secure better rights for the European Jewry. Gandhi was against the partition of historic Palestine for a “Jewish Homeland” for the Jews who had no ancestral claim over the land.

In response, the organized Jewry called Gandhi an “anti-Semite”, a “crackpot”, a “sex maniac”, and so on.

Turkey’s final warning to Israel!

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“It would be my greatest sadness to see Zionists (Jews) do to Palestinian Arabs much of what Nazis did to Jews.”
― Albert Einstein

MK Gandhi rejected Zionism, famously saying that “Palestine belongs to the Arabs in the same sense that England belongs to the English or France to the French. It is wrong and inhuman to impose the Jews on the Arabs… Surely it would be a crime against humanity to reduce the proud Arabs so that Palestine can be restored to the Jews partly or wholly as their national home.” Gandhi rejected the idea of a Jewish State in Palestine, saying that Biblical concepts of Palestine didn’t constitute geographical tracts, and that the “real Jerusalem is the spiritual Jerusalem”.

Zionism is opposed by a wide variety of organizations and individuals. Among those opposing Zionism are secular Jews, some branches of Judaism (Satmar Hasidim and Neturei Karta), the former Soviet Union, some African-Americans, many in the Muslim world, and Palestinians. Reasons for opposing Zionism are varied, and include the perceptions of unfair land confiscation, expulsions of Palestinians, violence against Palestinians, and alleged racism. Arab states in particular strongly oppose Zionism, which they believe is responsible for the 1948 Palestinian exodus.

Some critics of Zionism describe it as racist or discriminatory and specifically identify Judaism’s notion of “chosen people” as the source of racism in Zionism. In December 1973, the UN passed a series of resolutions condemning South Africa and included a reference to an “unholy alliance between Portugese colonialism, Apartheid and Zionism.” Parallels have also been drawn between aspects of South Africa’s apartheid regime and certain Israeli policies toward the Palestinians, which are seen as manifestations of racism in Zionist thinking. Following the oil embargo and with Soviet, Islamic and African support the Arab League was able to wield its numeric advantage in the UN General Assembly to pass, in 1975, Resolution 3379, which said that “Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination”.

Some critics of Zionism have described Israel’s Law of return as racist because it discriminates against Arabs, while the official position of the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs is that “the Law of Return is not a privilege set apart for members of the Jewish faith and denied to non-Jews; the bestowal of the ‘right of return’ to Israel to non-Jews or to persons without a Jewish relative is illogical and contradicts the principal purpose of setting up a Jewish State as prescribed by the UN Resolution of November 1947, the Balfour Declaration of 1917 and the League of Nations Mandate of 1922.” Palestinians and advocates for Palestinian refugee rights criticize the Law of Return, which they compare to the Palestinian claim to a right of return. These critics consider the Law, as contrasted against the denial of the right of Palestinian refugees to return, as offensive and as institutionalized ethnic discrimination.

Noam Chomsky, John P. Quigly, Nur Masalha, and Cheryl Rubenberg have described the criticism of Zionism that it unfairly confiscates land and expels Palestinians. Saleh Abdel Jawad, Nur Masalha, Michael Prior, Ian Lustick, and John Rose have described a criticism of Zionism that it has been responsible for violence against Palestinians, such as the Deir Yassin massacre, Sabra and Shatila massacre, and Cave of the Patriarchs massacre.

“We are benefiting from one thing, and that is the attacks on the twin towers and the pentagon and the American struggle in Iraq. These events swung American public opinion in our favor”
― Benjamin Netanyahu, PM of Israel

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