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Clash of Worlds : Britain and Palestine Part 4 *

The Palmach, Immigration to Israel

Clash of Worlds : Britain and Palestine Part 4

Once again one can read the anti-Israeli bias of the BBC between the lines in the “Clash of Worlds” series. The series does allow the viewer to clearly see the Imam in the Muslim mosque teaching lies, hate and racism.  Another speaker in Part 4 asks, “Why are the Palestinians in tents in Lebanon, Jordan and Syria? ” The obvious answer does not appear in the film. You see, Israel and Judaism believe in helping their brethren in need, while the oil-rich Arab nations did not provide any aid to members of their faith. The provide no employment, no housing, no rehabilitation for what they call “refugees” – and they remain refugees for generations. The Palestinian Arabs in the countries neighboring Israel are being held captive by their own “representatives”.  In Israel there are no Jewish refugees – all have become equal citizens. One finds it hard to believe that this BBC film presents Palestinian arch-terrorist Zakaria Zubeidi as a “hero”.

Israelandyou has added more background information to help understand the film.

Megiddo

Megiddo was an important Biblical city. The site is situated on the gateway on the road linking North and South, as well as the East and the West, of Israel.  Archeologists uncovered 26 layers of ancient cities.

Aliyah – Jewish Immigration to Palestine

Aliyah is the immigration of Jews from the diaspora to the Land of Israel. Aliyah means “the act of going up”—that is, upwards towards Jerusalem. The waves of immigration are as follows:

  • The First Aliyah and the Second Aliyah to Ottoman Palestine
  • The Third, Fourth, and Fifth Aliyah to Mandatory Palestine including Aliyah Bet (illegal immigration) between 1934 and 1948
  • The Bericha (escape) of the Holocaust survivors
  • Aliyah the Middle East and North Africa
  • Aliyah from western
  • Aliyaha from Communist countries following the Six-Day War with the 1968 Polish political crisis
  • Aliyah from post-Soviet states to the State of Israel in the 1990’s.

Jewish immigration to Palestine/Israel (1800-1947)

Aliyah by numbers and by source BlankMap-World_1959.svg: Sémhur derivative work: Futurist110
Aliyah by numbers and by source
BlankMap-World_1959.svg: Sémhur
derivative work: Futurist110
Survey of Palestine, showing place of origin of immigrants between 1922 and 1944
Survey of Palestine, showing place of origin of immigrants between 1922 and 1944

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