Ilan Pappe. Oneworld Publications, Oxford, England, By Stephen Lendman PalestineChronicle. Zionists needed to neutralize Jordan because it had the strongest army in the Arab world and would have been a formidable threat had it become part of the overall Arab force that went to war with the new Jewish state.
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The ethnic cleansing of Palestine
Retrieving it from oblivion is incumbent upon us; it is the very first step we must take if we ever want reconciliation to take a chance, and peace to take root, in the torn land of Palestine and Israel. He meticulously and painfully reconstructs the story of how Zionist leaders, over many decades, carefully laid the groundwork for this expulsion and how they intiated their plan in when the British finally decided to leave. Palestinian historians such as Walid Khalidi and Salim Tamari have repeatedly documented the crimes Israel committed in and afterwards, using historic records as well as the testimonies of Palestinian refugees. In doing so, he manages to vindicate and corroborate the story that the Palestinians have been trying to get out to the Western world for the past sixty years. In that book, Morris also researched declassified Israeli military archives and found that the Zionist leadership and militias committed certain crimes during the war of that led to Palestinian expulsion and flight.
The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine by Ilan Pappe (Part II)
Many of these so-called New Historians and their fellow travelers may have embraced the notion of reverse victimization in order to rationalize the unexpected survival of Israel in the and wars. They present every massacre of Jews as an understandable response to a Jewish offense, for example portraying both the April 13, Mount Scopus convoy massacre and the May 15, murders of fifty Jews who had surrendered to the Arab Legion at Gush Etzion as an Arab reprisal for the April , Irgun attack on the Arab village of Deir Yassin. This plan envisioned the conquest by the Haganah—the Mandate-era precursor to the Israeli army—of areas occupied by Arabs but allotted by the United Nations to the Jewish state. He writes: On a cold Wednesday afternoon, 10 March , a group of eleven men, veteran Zionist leaders together with young military Jewish officers, put the final touches to a plan for the ethnic cleansing of Palestine. Yigal Yadin, the chief of operations of the Haganah, adopted Plan D on March 10, , as part of preparations for the onset of open warfare between Arabs and Jews in Palestine that the Arabs themselves were promising would follow a declaration of statehood.