The suffering of Sderot

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    The suffering of Sderot: how its true inhabitants were wiped from Israel's maps and memories

    The suffering of Sderot: how its true inhabitants were wiped from Israel's maps and memories - Comment - Voices - The Independent
     
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    Indeed.
     
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    In the era in which Israel gained independence and jordan was invented and pakistan was invented and many other countries were invented TENS OF MILLIONS of people were dispossessed of their ---little villages-----hundreds of jewish villages DISAPPEARED in arab muslim lands My husband has no chance of finding the burial places, or synagogues or yeshivas of his community which resided in a land for more than 2500 years----and was ultimately invaded by the dogs of arabia In fact he did mention that he would like to know where his grandfather---the one who died saving him from shariah shit----ended up----but it will not happen. Hubby was born in a country OF THE UK--- technically he is entitled
    to British citizenship-----his birth was registered with the local "authority"-----but somehow
    that country decided to deny he ever existed

    Tinnie----what is your point? you support the return of YATHRIB to THE JEWS? how about ALEXANDRIA AND BAGHDAD? Come to think of it-----the village in which my grandfather was born is gone too----but that was a long time ago----if he has stayed there, he would have ended up like the rest who lived in that place --in auschwitz Until I read stuff One of my professors in school---was a kind locally famous gastro-enterologist He bore an interesting surname "HAKODSI" "Ha" the 'Kodsi" person from the holy place.
    His family resided in Jerusalem ----that is east jerusalem---since before the roman sack of the city----ie for more than 2000 years -----thus the surname The residence of that communiy was ended by a starvation siege of East Jerusalem which started in 1947---the few survivors were rescued in 1948 Is that not interesting? that is how jordan STOLE EAST JERUSALEM
     

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