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PA daily: Balfour, like Hitler, wanted to get rid of the Jews, so he sent them to Palestine instead of killing them
Falestinona, website of Fatah's Information and Culture Commission in Lebanon - Nov. 23, 2016
 






Headline: “Reconsidering the Balfour Declaration”
       “[Former British Foreign Secretary Arthur] Balfour was himself an Antisemite, and he often attacked the Jews who immigrated to Britain during his term as prime minister from 1903-1905 (sic., 1902- 1905), and he said that they are not assimilating among the residents, and issued laws that limited the Jewish immigration (Aliens Act) [parentheses in source]. He reasoned that the Jews, as an organic group, could not solve their problem within the European cultural structure, in other words, through assimilation in the [European] societies (sic ., Balfour was quoted as saying Jews could either assimilate in Europe or establish a state in Palestine; see note below). The solution would only be possible outside of the cultural structure, in other words, through colonialism…
The difference between [Adolf] Hitler and Balfour in this field was that Balfour had colonies, among them Palestine, and he sent the Jews there in order to get rid of them. Hitler did not have colonies, and therefore he got rid of them through extermination. However, the true victims of both Balfour and Hitler were the Palestinians and the Arabs, and we are still paying the price after 100 years.”
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The article appears in the November 2016 edition of the magazine of Fatah’s Information and Culture Commission in Lebanon, Al-Quds, and was posted on the commission’s website Falestinona on Nov. 23, 2016.


A cartoon showing a Palestinian boy and girl sitting next to each other is included in the article.
Girl: “What is the Balfour Promise (i.e., Declaration)?”
Boy: “The Balfour Promise? I think that is the reason that you and I were registered as refugees in the camp.”

Regarding assimilation, former British Prime Minister Arthur Balfour was quoted as saying in 1914 to Zionist leader and later Israeli President Chaim Weizmann that the “Jewish problem… would not be solved until either the Jews became completely assimilated here (i.e., in Britain) or a normal Jewish society came into existence in Palestine.”

The Balfour Declaration of Nov. 2, 1917 was a letter from British Foreign Secretary Arthur Balfour to Baron Rothschild stating that “His Majesty's government views with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people” and is seen as the basis for later international commitments to establish the State of Israel.

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