Answers to Questions by Yair Davidiy
Why did the Palestinians have to pay for the Jewish suffering with their land and not the Europeans?
By Palestinians you presumably mean mainly Muslim Arab inhabitants of the Land from before 1948 and the foundation of Israel.
The Palestinians did not have to pay for anything.
They attempted to exterminate the Jews who were then in the land.
The attempt failed though many Jewish lives were lost or disrupted.
The Palestinians then left. On the whole, they left willingly mostly because their leaders wanted to clear the way for the comeback of Arab forces.
The combined forces of the surrounding Arab states were supposed to exterminate the Jewish population.
They were however stopped on the way.
Here and there were also a minority of Arabs who may have been encouraged to leave.
Meanwhile a much greater number of Jews were obliged to depart from Arab lands they had lived in before the Arabs rode their camels out of Arabia.
The Jewish refugees from Arab lands came to Israel.
Their numbers were greater than those of all the so-called Palestinians who had left willingly or by force.
So some of the Palestinians lost the lands they had been illegally squatting on?
Things happen. Jewish refugees from Europe also entered the land since the Bible says God gave it to them and they had no-where else to go.
We agree that the Europeans should have absorbed all the Palestinian refugees.
They should have been given Bavaria or something similar.
It is never too late to correct matters.
If the Jews can be expected by the international community to uproot their own citizens and put Palestinian Arabs in their place why not the Germans?
What kind of discrimination is this?