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All this was taking place BEFORE Israel even existed! The claim that Arab forces invaded Israel is hog-wash. When the Zionist leadership unilaterally declared their so-called state of Israel on 15 May 1948, they purposefully avoided declaring its boundaries to keep their options open for future expansion.

Plan Dalet and The Nakba - 1948
 

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Plan D was merely a defensive plan to combat Arab aggression in the midst of the formation of Israel. Arabs initiated a guerilla war against the Jews in 1947, leading up to the '48 War and Plan D was designed to contain the Arab onslaught. You have never even read Plan D, you dope.

Had the Arabs not attacked the Jews, boundaries would have been established vis-a-vis UN Res. 181.
 
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Plan D was merely a defensive plan to combat Arab aggression in the midst of the formation of Israel. Arabs initiated a guerilla war against the Jews in 1947, leading up to the '48 War and Plan D was designed to contain the Arab onslaught. You have never even read Plan D, you dope.

Had the Arabs not attacked the Jews, boundaries would have been established vis-a-vis UN Res. 181.
Yes I have and you are the dope.

Resolution 181 is irrelevant. It was stillborn. It was never implemented.
 

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Plan D was merely a defensive plan to combat Arab aggression in the midst of the formation of Israel. Arabs initiated a guerilla war against the Jews in 1947, leading up to the '48 War and Plan D was designed to contain the Arab onslaught. You have never even read Plan D, you dope.

Had the Arabs not attacked the Jews, boundaries would have been established vis-a-vis UN Res. 181.
Yes I have and you are the dope.

Resolution 181 is irrelevant. It was stillborn. It was never implemented.
You have not read Plan D and are clueless about it. And, you are clueless about UN Res. 181, as I have demonstrated.

Go back into your coma, dunce.
 
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Plan D was merely a defensive plan to combat Arab aggression in the midst of the formation of Israel. Arabs initiated a guerilla war against the Jews in 1947, leading up to the '48 War and Plan D was designed to contain the Arab onslaught. You have never even read Plan D, you dope.

Had the Arabs not attacked the Jews, boundaries would have been established vis-a-vis UN Res. 181.
Yes I have and you are the dope.

Resolution 181 is irrelevant. It was stillborn. It was never implemented.
You have not read Plan D and are clueless about it. And, you are clueless about UN Res. 181, as I have demonstrated.

Go back into your coma, dunce.
You have only demonstrated your expertise in third grade name calling.
 

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Yes I have and you are the dope.

Resolution 181 is irrelevant. It was stillborn. It was never implemented.
You have not read Plan D and are clueless about it. And, you are clueless about UN Res. 181, as I have demonstrated.

Go back into your coma, dunce.
You have only demonstrated your expertise in third grade name calling.
A third grader can demolish your ignorant posts. I obliterate them.
 
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Back to your total ignorance of Plan D, a defensive strategy to combat Arab aggression.

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Plan D was merely a defensive plan to combat Arab aggression in the midst of the formation of Israel. Arabs initiated a guerilla war against the Jews in 1947, leading up to the '48 War and Plan D was designed to contain the Arab onslaught. You have never even read Plan D, you dope.

Had the Arabs not attacked the Jews, boundaries would have been established vis-a-vis UN Res. 181.
To the contrary, the plan to clear Palestine of its natives to make room for foreigners was many years old. Plan Dalet was merely a means to implement that plan. Plan Dalet was to send troops to one village after another attacking the civilian population and driving them out. It was an act of aggression against these villages. There was no "defense" involved.

It is true that the Palestinians launched a gorilla war against the foreigners who came to take over their country. A defensive move on their part.
 

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Plan D was merely a defensive plan to combat Arab aggression in the midst of the formation of Israel. Arabs initiated a guerilla war against the Jews in 1947, leading up to the '48 War and Plan D was designed to contain the Arab onslaught. You have never even read Plan D, you dope.

Had the Arabs not attacked the Jews, boundaries would have been established vis-a-vis UN Res. 181.
To the contrary, the plan to clear Palestine of its natives to make room for foreigners was many years old. Plan Dalet was merely a means to implement that plan. Plan Dalet was to send troops to one village after another attacking the civilian population and driving them out. It was an act of aggression against these villages. There was no "defense" involved.

It is true that the Palestinians launched a gorilla war against the foreigners who came to take over their country. A defensive move on their part.
You obviously have not actually read Plan D. Plan D was a defensive plan, not offensive, to combat Arab aggression.

The reason little is actually written about Plan D, particularly, by critics of Israel, is it was a routine military tactic for preventing enemy advances.

Just so you know, Arabs in 1947 were not known as Palestinians, a term they embraced some 20 years later. Indeed, prior to Israeli statehood, Jews, not Arabs, were known as Palestinians. Arabs did not wish to be affiliated with Jews and, thus, did not adopt the term.

There was no need for Jews to evacuate Arabs from the area as UN Res. 181, issued in '47, called for an Arab state along with a Jewish state. Furthermore, Jews violating the terms of UN Res. 181 would have canceled adoption of the resolution endorsing statehood.

Historian Benny Morris, author of the definitive book on the '48 War, "1948", edifies...
In defiance of the will of the international community, as embodied in the UN General Assembly Resolution of November 29th, 1947 (No. 181), they [Arabs] launched hostilities against the Jewish community in Palestine in the hope of aborting the emergence of the Jewish state and perhaps destroying that community. But they lost; and one of the results was the displacement of 700,000 of them from their homes.

Plan Dalet (Plan D), of March 10th, 1948 (it is open and available for all to read in the IDF Archive and in various publications), was the master plan of the Haganah - the Jewish military force that became the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) - to counter the expected pan-Arab assault on the emergent Jewish state. That's what it explicitly states and that's what it was. And the invasion of the armies of Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Iraq duly occurred, on May 15th.

There was no Zionist "plan" or blanket policy of evicting the Arab population, or of "ethnic cleansing
Your problem is not being well-versed in the subject matter and also suffering from an inability for rational thought.

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You obviously have not actually read Plan D. Plan D was a defensive plan, not offensive, to combat Arab aggression.

The reason little is actually written about Plan D, particularly, by critics of Israel, is it was a routine military tactic for preventing enemy advances.
The little town of Najd with a population of about 760 had a history that went back over 400 years. It was a farm community that employed irrigation in its agriculture. Before the 1948 war Najd was attacked and its population expelled.

What was the defensive rationale for the attack on this little village?

Just so you know, Arabs in 1947 were not known as Palestinians, a term they embraced some 20 years later. Indeed, prior to Israeli statehood, Jews, not Arabs, were known as Palestinians. Arabs did not wish to be affiliated with Jews and, thus, did not adopt the term.

Al Hambra Theatre, Jaffa, 1937
Note the Palestinian flag on the tower.

Not that the name they chose was relevant, but the idea that Palestinians did not relate to the term until after the 1967 war is propaganda. Their birth certificates said Palestine. Businesses used Palestine in their name. Palestine was on their money. They flew the Palestinian flag. This is a smokescreen issue.

The rights of the inhabitants to self determination embraced in international law is the important factor. The wishes of outsiders have no legitimacy.
 
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