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Wielu forumowiczów z niewiedzy lub zakłamania szumnie identyfikuje Arabów
mieszkających na terenach Izraela jako "Palestyńczyków" lub nawet "Naród
Palestyński" - ważne jest tedy aby osiągnąć klarowną definicję; w tym celu
pozolę sobie zacytować samych arabów:


Statement by Zuheir Mohsein, Member of the Supreme Council of the PLO:

"There are no differences between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and
Lebanese. We are all part of one nation. It is only for political reasons that
we carefully underline our Palestinian identity, because it is in the interest
of the Arabs to encourage a separate Palestinian identity in contrast to
Zionism. Yes, the existence of a separate Palestinian identity is there only
for tactical reasons. The establishment of a Palestinian state is a new
expedient to continue the fight against Zionism and for Arab unity

Trouw (Dutch newspaper) March 31, 1977


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One always finds in Palestine Arabs who have been in the country only a few
weeks or a few months...Since they are themselves strangers in a strange land,
they are the loudest to cry: 'Out with the Jews!...Amongst them are to be found
representatives of every Arab country: Arabs from Transjordan, Saudi Arabia,
Morocco, Egypt, the Sudan and Iraq.

(Ladislas Farago, Palestine at the Crossroads (New York: Putnam 1937) p17


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The Jordanian Foreign Minister said (Adwa'min pp. 4-5):

Jordan is Palestine and Palestine is Jordan, and Jordan hails every Palestinian
who seeks to do his duty to his cause and his country


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Declaration of the 8th Palestinian National Congress

Jordan is linked to Palestine by a national relationship and a national unity
forged by history and culture from earliest times. The creation of one
political entity in East Jordan and another in Palestine would have no basis
either in legality or as to the elements universally accepted as fundamental to
a political entity.

(R. Hamid (ed.) Muqararat al-majlis al-watani al-filastini 1964 Resolutions of
the PNCs 1964-1974, Beirut, PLO Research Centre, 1975, p178 Declaration of the
8th Palestinian National Congress)


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This (Jerusalem) for them (the Arabs) was not in 'Palestine'. For the Arabs
(And the Turks) the whole of the region lying between the Taurus Mountains and
the confines of Egypt, and between the Mediterranean and the edge of the
desert, was 'Syria' a term which had been in use since remote antiquity.

(Sir Geoffrey Furlonge, Palestine is My Country, The Story of Mussa Alami (New
York, 1969) p. 7


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Abdul Malik Dahamshe, an Israeli Arab Knesset member, said
at a solidarity visit in Damascus, Syria [David Makovsky, Jerusalem Post,
January 24, 1995]:

Palestine and Syria are one homeland. The Arab people will win by the
sword; the victory will be won by the Jihad of the Arab world.


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Statement by Auni Bey Abdul-Hadi to the Pell Commission in 1937
There is no such country as 'Palestine'; 'Palestine' is a term the Zionists
invented!"


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Arab MK, Abdul Darawshe said [Jerusalem Institute of Western
Defence, Bulletin 3, August 15, 1997]:

There is no difference between one Palestinian and another. We are all
Palestinians and we are all Syrian Arabs.


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Statement by Ahmed Shuqeiri, to the UN Security Council in 1949
It is common knowledge that Palestine is nothing but southern Syria


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Salah Khalaf (Abu Iyad) number two in the PLO leadership (Al Sachrah, Kuwait,
Jan. 6, 1987)

We will take Palestine and turn it into a part of the greater Arab nation.


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Palestine has never existed...as an autonomous entity. There is no language
known as Palestinian. There is no distinct Palestinian culture. There has
never been a land known as Palestine governed by Palestinians. Palestinians
are Arabs, indistinguishable from Jordanians (another recent invention),
Syrians, Lebanese, Iraqis, etc.

Keep in mind that the Arabs control 99.9 percent of the Middle East lands.
Israel represents one-tenth of one percent of the landmass. But that's too
much for the Arabs. They want it all. And that is ultimately what the
fighting in Israel is about today...No matter how many land concessions the
Israelis make, it will never be enough.

From Myths of the Middle East, Joseph Farah, Arab-American editor and
journalist, WorldNetDaily, 11 October 2000

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