Continuous Jewish Presence in the Holy Land
Awakening in the Christian world in support of a Jewish Restoration 1830-1930
Arab Claims to Palestine
Joint Arab-Jewish agreement on Jewish Homeland, between Emir Feisal Husseini and Dr. Weizmann, January 3, 1918
Jewish proposal for Jewish Homeland, presented to the Paris Peace Conference, 1919
Feisal-Frankfurter Correspondence, further to Arab proposal for Jewish Homeland, March 3, 1919
American Proposal for Jewish Homeland, January 21, 1919
Preamble to the League of Nations Mandate, 1922
British Plans against France, and against the Jews in 1915
Britain, Haj Husseini and the Arab Riots of 1920
British Efforts Against the Nascent Israeli State, in 1948
The Origin of the Dispute: Israel attacked before there were Refugees & before any "Occupied Territories" in 1948
Arab Refugees, and the "Right of Return"
The War before the Six Day War in 1967
Black September, The PLO's attempt to take over Jordan in 1970
Modern Arab Propaganda has incorporated Soviet Propaganda originally used to suppress dissident Soviet Jews
Modern Arab Propaganda has incorporated Nazi Propaganda
The 1973 Yom Kippur War, a study in Soviet Era Politics
Peace Agreement with Egypt & Begin's plan for Palestinian Autonomy in 1979
Israel's Invasion of Lebanon in 1982, Operation Peace for the Galilee; the routing of the PLO; Its rift with Syria & Creation of PLFP; Islamic control of Lebanon; Emergence of Hamas and first Suicide Bombers
The history of the PLO and the International Legitimization of Terrorism
The myth of "Palestinian" Nationalism and the reality of Arabic-Islamic Nationalism
Bibliography and Source Documents related to Palestinian-Israeli conflict
*During British Mandate rule, he was a member of the high command of the Irgun Zvai Leumi under the leadership of Menachem Begin. Katz was elected a member of the first Knesset of Israel, and, after the Six Day War, he became one of the leaders of the Land of Israel movement. After the victory of the Likud party in the 1977 election, Samuel Katz joined the new government as adviser to Prime Minister Begin. He has since served as a columnist of Maariv and the Jerusalem Post.
Joan Peters has written and lectured widely on the Middle East, Central America, and the Soviet Union. She has contributed to Harper's, Commentary, The New Republic, The New Leader, and other periodicals, and was a White House consultant on the Middle East in 1977.
Roots of the conflict
- After the destruction of the Temple, the Jews fled to Arabia
- Medina, Islam's second holiest city, was originally a Jewish "settlement"
- Islam justifies its existence through the failure of Judaism, a successful Jewish State is a theological threat to Moslems everywhere
- Continuous Jewish Presence in the "Holy Land"
- The Islamic Conquest's Plunder of Palestine
- Religious Persecution of Jews by Arabs
- The Myth of Moslem-Jewish coexistence in "Palestine"
- Throwing Stones at Jews is based in Ancient Islamic Ritual
- Oriental Zionism of Arab-born Jews, one thousand years before Theodore Herzl
The Condition of Palestine
- Palestine was inhabited by a mixed population
- Palestine, a land virtually laid waste with little population
- Bareness and oppression of Palestine due to feudal system of taxes by absentee Arab Landowners
- Native Population almost wholly descended from Jews who had been forcibly converted to Christianity or Islam, not Arab in origin
- The Myth of Palestinian Nationalism, narrowly defined, anti-Semitism
- How Feudal Arab Landowners who exploited their peasantry became Nationalist Leaders when Jewish economic success threatened to liberate their peasantry
- The proposed 1938 & 2001 partitions of Western Palestine & The British Policy of Appeasement
- Palestinian Refugees, invited to leave in 1948
- How many Palestinians Refugees? inflating the numbers
- Arab-Jewish Refugees, the other Middle Eastern Refugee problem
- Exchange of Populations
- Why are Palestinian Refugees treated differently than all other refugees in the world?
- Palestinian Refugees, unlike other refugees in the world, were denied resettlement opportunities, for political reasons
- < Part 1. Palestinian Arab racism against Jews in the first half of the 20th c.
- < Part 2. Who are the Palestinian Arabs?
- < Part 3. Did the Zionist Jews take something away from the Arabs in British Mandate 'Palestine'?
- < Part 4. How did the 'Palestinian movement' emerge?
· The History and Meaning of the words "Palestine" and "Palestinians", which means "Sea Invader"
· Politically motivated mythology of "Palestine"
· Myths of the Middle East
· More Myths of the Middle East
· A Photographic Tour of the Holy Land 1831-1910
14th-19th Jewish Semi-Autonomy, Migration and Expulsions
·A History of the Jews, a list of expulsions for 2000 years
·Rise of European Nationalism: Expulsion from Spain to Chmielnicki massacres
·Messianic hope and rise of Shabbetai Zvi and his conversion to Islam 1626-1676
·Awakening in the Christian world in support of a Jewish Restoration 1830-1930
1850-1920 Restoration of the Jewish Homeland and Arab-Jewish cooperation
·Descriptive Geography and Brief Historical Sketch of Palestine, 1850
·Ottoman Rule Map (Eve of W.W.I), 1516 to 1917
·British Mandate Map 1920-1946
·British Administrative Division Map 1922 - 1946
·Palestine was inhabited by a mixed population
·Palestine, a land virtually laid waste with little population
·Bareness and oppression of Palestine due to feudal system of taxes by absentee Arab Landowners
·Joint Arab-Jewish agreement on Jewish Homeland, between Emir Feisal Husseini and Dr. Weizmann, January 3, 1918
·Jewish proposal for Jewish Homeland, presented to the Paris Peace Conference, 1919
·Feisal-Frankfurter Correspondence, further to Arab proposal for Jewish Homeland, March 3, 1919
1920-1948 The British Mandate for Palestine
·Document: An Interim Report on the Civil Administration of Palestine to the League of Nations, June 1921, on the condition of Palestine
·Evidence of Haj Amin al-Husseini Before the Royal Commission in 1937 stating Jewish land was legally purchased from Arabs
·The Myth of Palestinian Nationalism, narrowly defined, anti-Semitism
·Arabs in, Jews out: Britain's role in trying to create an artificial Arab majority in Palestine 1920-1948
·British Plans against France, and against the Jews in 1915
·Britain, Haj Husseini and the Arab Riots of 1920
·British Efforts Against the Nascent Israeli State, in 1948
·The proposed partition of Western Palestine in 1938 & The British Policy of Appeasement
·The Struma & The unmitigated policy of the British against Jewish refugees fleeing Hitler's war against them
·Britain's Partition Map 1946
·U.N. Partition Plan Map 1947
·Document: Official British Police Report Regarding Jews' Appeal to Arabs to NOT leave Haifa in 1948
·The Arab Invasion of 1948
1948 Arab and Jewish refugees
·Palestinian Refugees, invited to leave in 1948
·How many Palestinians Refugees? inflating the numbers
·Arab-Jewish Refugees, the other Middle Eastern Refugee problem
·Exchange of Populations
·Why are Palestinian Refugees treated differently than all other refugees in the world?
·Legal Background to the "Palestinian Right of Return"
1948-1967 Early Israeli History
·Armistice Agreements Map 1949
·Fedayeen Raids Map 1951 - 1956
·The Sinai Campaign Map 1956
·Palestinian Refugees, unlike other refugees in the world, were denied resettlement opportunities, for political reasons
·A collection of historical quotations relating to the Arab refugees
·History of Jordan, Jordan as Palestine & Two states for two people, Jordan must contribute
·The Communist - atheist - anti-religious roots of Israeli's political "Left"
1967-1984 Later Israeli History
·Position of Arab Forces Map 1967
·Six Day War Map - June 1967
·Cease Fire Lines Map 1967
·Discrediting Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries, Official Arab "Invitation" for Jews to return, 1970-1977
·"Palestinian" as an Arab ethnic group is a modern political creation since 1967
·Palestinians only one politicized segment of the larger problem of state-less, citizenship-less migrant workers of the Middle East
·Who are the Palestinians?
·Record of the United Nations, why is it so anti-Israel
·Jewish Settlements are Legal according to International Law
·Egyptian Attack Map 1973
·Syrian Attack Map 1973
1984-2000 The Olso Years and the rise of Arabic-Islamic Nationalism
·The First Oslo Agreements, 1993-1995
·U.S. House of Representatives: Task Force on Terrorism, 1996
·Al Aksa Tunnel Riots of 1996
·Corruption within the Palestinian Authority, 1997; PLO has $10b in assets
·U.S. House of Representatives: The Iraqi Weapons of Mass Destruction Challenge - Myths and Reality, 1998
·Peace with Jordan
·The Wye Agreement - November 1998
·Sharm Agreement, 50% Withdrawal, 1999
·Israeli Withdrawal from Lebanon, May 2000
·Proposed 80% Withdrawal, May 2000
·Proposed 95% Withdrawal, July 2000
·Israel's Compromise on it's "Red Lines", Camp David II
·Proposal for dividing Jerusalem, Camp David II, Taba
·Relative sizes of areas in Middle East
·Israel size comparison maps
·Graphs of Increase in Terror and Crime since Oslo
·Arafat’s Strategy: Lebanonization and Entanglement
·The rise of Israel's Oriental Jews (Sefardim), Israel's shift away from secularism
Arabic settlement policy in the West Bank and Gaza
·The West Bank population under Jordanian rule 1948-1967
·Draft Report of Arab Settlement Activity in the West Bank (261 settlements since 1950)
·Illegal Arab immigration into "Palestine" - part of Oslo
·Arab Population in the West Bank & Gaza - THE MILLION-AND-A-HALF PERSON GAP
2000-present The Multi-Media War
·Erasing Jewish History, Destruction of the Temple Mount
·The Main Reason for the Present Middle East Conflict: ISLAM not "The Territories"
·Who Started the Al Aksa Intifada? List of events of Temple Mount Destruction in June, until Ariel Sharon's visit in September
·"How PA Violence was planned", Report by Palestinian Media Watch
·Palestinian Authority Communications Minister says Al Aksa Intifada was planned since July (for six months)
·Breakdown of casualties during the Palestinian-Israeli conflict
·"Palestinians" killing "Palestinians"
·Who killed Muhammad al-Dura?
·I am a Jew. I am a poet. I am heartbroken
·Document: Israeli Government White Paper on PA/PLO non-compliance
·Document: Israel's Preliminary Report To the Mitchell Inquiry
·Journalists describe constant Palestinian intimidation
·Why Israel Newspapers are the most anti-Israel in the world
·History of Israel's Broadcasting Authority: a Politically Left-leaning (Relativistic, Revisionist) ·Ideological Entity
·Media Bias: CNN and others are misreporting the news
·CNN, BBC and others in fierce competition for lucrative, emerging Middle Eastern Markets
Muftism, Nazism, Communism and Traditional Anti-Semitism give birth to Islamism, 1917-present
·The new Arab "identity" derives from the impact of the West in the last fifty years
·Wahhabism, the Saudi Arabia-based puritanical heresy at the base of Islamism
·Haj Amin al-Husseini, the Mufti of Jerusalem
·Muftism and Nazism: World War II Collaboration Documents
·Bosnian Moslems recruited the Nazi SS by Yasser Arafat's 'Uncle'
·Turning the West Bank into another "Bosnia" (Photo Album)
·The Farhud, the Mufti inspired Krystallnacht in Iraq, 1941
·A "Fatwa " Issued by Haj Amin al-Husseini in Iraq, pro-Nazi coup May, 1941
·The Syrian-Iraqi Baath party and its Nazi beginnings
·The Roots of Muslim Rage: Why so many Muslims deeply resent the West, and why their bitterness will not easily be mollified
·The history of the PLO and the International Legitimization of Terrorism
·History of Fedayeen, PLO, Fatah, PFLP, PFLP-GC, DFLP, etc Militant Palestinian Groups
·Saddam Hussein, nephew of Khayrallah Tulfah, of the 1941 Pro-Nazi coup in Iraq
·Hitler and the Arabs, How could they have missed it?
·A technique of propaganda called "Turnspeak"
·Arafat's use of "Turnspeak" to say Israel causes terrorism
·Yasser Arafat's Biography
·Yasser Arafat worthy successor to Haj Muhammad Amin al Husseini
·Yassir Arafat, 1929-2004
·Islamic Sermons on Temple Mount by the grandson of the Haj Amin al-Husseini, 2000