Posted by: rshalomw | November 20, 2012

UNITED NATIONS 64 YEAR COVER-UP EXPOSED

A recent Symposium at the United Nations finally addressed an Issue that had not been dealt with for 64 years.  Once again, disinformation was used to hide the Truth.  The following article will show the  cover-up  , and why the cover-up occurred.

CURTAIN PULLED BACK ON 64-YEAR-OLD U.N. COVER-UP

Plight of expelled Arab Jews gets 1st hearing at U.N.

Published: 3 hours ago

author-imageby STEWART STOGEL Email Archive

Stewart Stogel is a veteran print/broadcast journalist whose work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, the Miami Herald, Washington Times, ABC News and NBC News. Major stories broken include the death of legendary Alabama football coach Paul “Bear” Bryant, the beginning of the U.S. invasion of Iraq (Operation Desert Storm, 1991), and the failure of the U.S./UK military to find WMD in Iraq (March 2003).
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UNITED NATIONS – For the first time since the creation of the state of Israel in 1948, a symposium at the United Nations has focused on the plight of Arab Jews forcibly expelled from their native lands.

The gathering drew hundreds, but few diplomats, especially from Arab nations.

Those who did come to the event, held by Israel’s U.N. mission, mostly were from the American Jewish community.

The speakers included Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel, Israel’s Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon, Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz and Israeli ambassador Ron Prosor.

Called “Justice For Jewish Refugees From Arab Countries,” the event lasted several hours and was received by a largely attentive and quiet audience.

Dershowitz complained about a legal “double standard” between Jewish Arab refugees and the well-publicized plight of the Palestinians.

“Why have you not heard more about the plight of Jewish refugees? Because they had a homeland that would accept them, Israel.

“Never again would we allow a Jew to wander after World War II. We Jews remember,” Dershowitz said.

Those sentiments were echoed by Prosor, the Israeli ambassador.

“Today we break 64 years of silence. … Arab countries have never been held responsible for their actions,” he said.

According to Israel’s U.N. mission, more than 850,000 men, women and children were forcibly expelled from more than a dozen Arab nations between 1947 and 1972.

None has ever received compensation or relief from any international agencies, say the Israelis.

It all stems, they say, from Arab League legislation drafted just prior to Israel’s birth in 1948 which labeled Jews as “enemies of the state.”

In more than 1,000 U.N. resolutions on the Middle East, not one has been on the issue of Jewish refugees, claimed Dershowitz.

“Never again,” he insisted.

“The U.N. has a clear duty to take responsibility for this,” added Prosor, the ambassador.

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, whose office was nearby, passed on attending the event, but he did find enough time to personally greet Burmese human rights activist Aung San Suu Kyi.

Afterwards, the Israeli deputy foreign minister Ayalon told WND that he was pleased with the symposium.

“Unfortunately, this issue was not picked up in earlier years because there was no leadership until now,” he said. “When I heard the stories first hand of the Jewish refugees, I decided almost 2 1/2 years ago that we could no longer remain silent. And that is why we are doing this today. It should have been done 65 years ago. But, it is never too late to bring about justice.”

Ayalon added: “The symposium here today presents a great opportunity to not just correct a wrong, but to also be forward looking. If Arab leaders, Palestinian leaders will depart from the path of denials, of lies, of incrimination, of discrimination and would look at the truth and be honest with their own people then I believe we will achieve something.”

Both Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will travel to New York City to address the United Nations next week.

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