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Uk To Be Sued Over Creation Of Israel

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Britain tried to stop the arrival of Jews.

Britain faced terrorist assault from the Jews, including the bombing of the King David Hotel.

On Nov. 29, 1947, the United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution calling for Palestine to be partitioned between Arabs and Jews, allowing for the formation of the Jewish state of Israel.

Perhaps they should sue the UN?

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That's rather ironic given that the Zionists were blowing up British soldiers in order to get their own state.

Thus demonstrating that terrorism does pay.

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Grandstanding and williewaving in the arab league by an ineffectual leader in an attempt to hold the Fatah party together by pointing and saying "Look I'm doing something"

The article doesn't even mention the specific court or jurisdiction he will be attempting to sue the UK government - just an international one

Nothing to see here, move along

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That's rather ironic given that the Zionists were blowing up British soldiers in order to get their own state.

A chap I know did his National Service in Palestine, when the Jews were the terrorists.

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In the 1948 war we backed the arabs. The Jordanian army was trained and equipped by us and commanded by British officers. The Egyptian air force flew Spitfires and RAF personnel were attached, officially for training purposes, a line that got hard to maintain when one of them got shot down.

Presumably this terrorist morons case is that we failed to back the arabs hard enough.

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