Palestinian-Israeli conflict..60 years old..
It started by some Zionists who aimed at collecting Jews in one place, the choice wasn't an empty land but instead a land already having a people who lived for many generations on it, they declared an entity and called it a state, many innocents have been killed and lands have been stolen.
The amazing thing about this conflict is that it's not clear by all its sides until now. However being in the era of Satellite and the Internet facts are kept hidden. That's why I'll try here to focus on another side of this bloody conflict. I don't claim that I have the absolute complete fact, but it's just like an alarm to re look..
Always it's said that Palestinian never had a state before or that they aren't a people .. or that there is nothing at all called Palestinians. If we looked from another perspective i.e if we looked at Palestinians as human-being not as a people or a state I think that our ideas will be different.
Let's imagine that Zionists weren't mistaken at all to declare a state on another land, in fact let's imagine that it's the right of Zionists to establish their state on that land. Then we must ask ourselves a necessary question; IS IT AN ABSOLUTE RIGHT?
"His Majesty's Government view with favour
the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, .... it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may
prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in
Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any
"Freedom of conscience and the free
exercise of all forms of worship,.., shall be ensured to all, No
discrimination of any kind shall be made between the inhabitants on the ground
of race, religion, language or sex, .. , No expropriation of
land owned by an Arab in the Jewish State (by a Jew in the Arab State) shall be
allowed except for public purposes."
That's what Balfour declaration and UN partition plan stipulated very clearly. So, it's so obvious that 'the right' of Zionists to declare a state upon this land isn't absolute at all. There is a people already living on this land, this people have rights, right of life, of safety, of freedom, of insured earning, of free transition, etc. In another word; when Zionists decided to establish this state on this land they have to consider the people already living on it, whether this people own this land or just was a temporary inhabitants. This people has the right to .. at least .. live safe on the land where it lived for many generations.
That's what international law texts stipulated. But what Zionists did?!!
Zionists broke all these rules. 1) They killed inhabitants, 2) They terrorized villagers of about 400 villages to force them to leave their homes and farms, they evacuated about 60% of Palestinian people from their homes, 3) About 1.3 Million Palestinian live in refugee camps because of Israelis, 4) Expropriation of lands owned by Arabs is working in a horrible rate that most of Palestinians lands are ruled by Israelis, 5) Government of Israeli entity obviously discriminate between Palestinians and Jews because of race and religion.
So, when Zionists clearly are against international law texts which created their state then should we require Palestinians to keep silent when they see their children are being daily killed, their farms are being burnt, their homes are being destroyed, their lands are being expropriated, etc?!!!!!
If we don't support them in 'land-defence', why don't we support them in -at least- 'self-defence'?
It's an important question which must be settled if we really aim at a solution for this conflict. Rigid minds don't make solutions but instead make the problem more complicated, that's why looking at the problem from more than one perspective is very necessary so as to settle it.