Wednesday, June 11, 2014
So Much For Arab Nationality
Eli E. Hertz | June 11, 2014
Rejection of Jewish nationalism from the 1920s, attempted to prevent the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Palestine by violence and defiance of any form of Jewish political power; including any plans to share stewardship with Arabs which crystallized into the expression of Palestinianism. No other positive definition of an Arab-Palestinian people has surfaced. This point is admirably illustrated in the following historic incident:
But it took the Palestinians more than 60 years to heed Plumer’s advice.