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WHAT REALLY HAPPENED IN 1948?!

People may know the truth about the real history of what happened in Palestine during 1948 with the Zionist invasion and genocide towards its’ people.

But few know the real details regarding the terrorists groups that were created by the Zionists and backed up by the British, in order to invade Palestinian villages and kill the citizens in it.

In this video, we can see the devastating consequences of those Zionists groups and their atrocities in Palestinian villages and why it was called the “Nakhba” – the “Catastrophe”.

If you want to understand the true origins of this terrible problem that has haunted humanity for more than seven decades, then take a look at this.

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English Script:
V.O: Swedish diplomat, Count Folke Bernadotte, was appointed as UN mediator in Palestine. His mission was to seek a peaceful settlement.
Folke Bernadotte: And I believe, and I think I have the right to believe, that we sooner or later, it might be sooner, can get a settlement and stop the war in Palestine.
V.O: Count Bernadotte surveyed the devastated Palestinian villages and visited refugee camps in both Palestine and Jordan. The scale of the humanitarian disaster became apparent. He witnessed cramped living conditions, long queues for basic food and scarce medical aid. The count was no stranger to human disaster. With the Red Cross he had rescued over 30,000 prisoners of war from Nazi concentration camps. He advocated the Palestinians’ right to return to their homes. In a report dated 16 September 1948, he wrote, It would be an offence against the principles of elementary justice if these innocent victims were denied the right to return to their homes while Jewish immigrants flow into Palestine and indeed at least offer the threat of permanent replacement of the Arab refugees who have been rooted in the land for centuries. The Count’s first proposal argued for fixed boundaries through negotiation, an economic union between both states, and the return of Palestinian refugees. The proposal was turned down.
Folke Bernadotte: I hope that I will continue my mission as mediator for Palestine, and this is now a setback. I had, or we had, I would like to say, a success in the beginning. It goes up and down. Now we are a little down, but I’m not at all a broken man over this. But I’m still hopeful that we can get a descent of the mission.
Musallam Bseiso: I was at the military headquarters in the Constitution District, the Constitution of Al Rawdah. All of sudden a phone call: Is this Mr. Bseiso? I said yes. We have a message for you. From who? From Commander Stafford. I told him what’s up? ‘You need to come immediately’, so I went straight to them, then they told me Bernadotte had been assassinated!
V.O: On September the 17th, 1948, the day following his UN report the motorcade of Count Bernadotte was ambushed in Jerusalem.

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