The Absurdity of the Palestinian ‘Right of Return’


Palestinians and many of their advocates around the world claim that the “refugees” of 1948 have a “right to return” to Israel, and that such “right” is guaranteed by international law. Nonsense. No such guarantee exists, nor should it.

UN Resolution 194, which is often cited as the basis for this “right of return” is a resolution of the United Nations – nothing less, nothing more. Notwithstanding the fact that UN resolutions aren’t worth the paper on which they’re printed, if said resolution were bound by anything, let alone international law, Israel would have ceased to exist decades ago.

By the way, can you think of another nation that has been forced by international law to voluntarily admit thousands – if not millions – of its enemies into country, who are committed to the destruction of said country? Me neither. It’s time to stop the madness.

Let’s dissect this whole thing a bit, shall we? First of all, the “refugees” were not Israeli citizens in the first place – not did the want to be. Secondly, and most importantly, the admission of several million “refugees” would create an Arab majority in Israel. Hmm, I wonder how that would work out for the Jews? Thirdly, most of those who advocate “Right of Return”for Palestinians also favor abolishing the Israeli Law of Return, which permits Jews to immigrate to Israel freely. Do the math. Get the picture?

The bottom line is this: Israel would no longer be the “national home” of the world’s Jews, and the Jewish population of Israel would lose its majority status – along with its right of self-determination. How has that worked out for the Jews throughout history?

The lies, flip-flops, and pro-Palestinian agenda of Barack Obama must be fought by Israel, and those who support it,  every step of the way -as if Israel’s life depends on it. It does.

Something tells me that Bibi Netanyahu is up to the task – after having schooled our naive, arrogant president in the Oval Office last week. America should be so fortunate as to have a strong leader with the courage and moral conviction of Benjamin Netanyahu.

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Categories: All Things Muslim, Nonsense, The Middle East

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