Who is guilty of ethnic cleansing?

photo61Muhammad and his gang of  zombies murdered the Jews of Arabia and stole their valuables, back in the 7th century. More recently, in 1974,  Turkish Muslims occupied Northern Cyprus and drove out every last Greek Cypriot. The Muslims stole everything they could steal and laid waste to the churches and monasteries. In Africa, the jihad rages everywhere. In Kosovo, the Muslims cried ‘genocide’ and murdered every last Serb who couldn’t run fast enough. Even now, thanks to the despicable Klintoons and the  ongoing UN coverup, the Muslims are seen as victims, while the Serbs are seen as villains. Once the soldiers of allah take over a country, the natives are terrorised,  systematically converted to Islam or massacred. This pattern has been repeated throughout history. Infidels who have half a brain should ask themselves why it should be  different now.

Israel and Ethnic Cleansing? (Algemeiner)

A book review in the Guardian casually mentions that Israel is guilty of ethnic cleansing. The facts say otherwise.

Though we haven’t read the book by Arun Kundnani  (a Soros Foundation Fellow who has appeared at events sponsored by the Khomeinist Islamic Human Rights Commission) titled ‘The Muslims Are Coming!‘, the enthusiastic review by Guardian contributor Robin Yassin-Kassab suggests that it comports perfectly with the Glenn Greenwald/Guardian Left view that Islamist terror is not caused by radical ideologies, but by legitimate grievances against Western foreign policy.

However, in addition to the author’s passionate endorsement of even the most risible excuses for extremism, there was this characteristic swipe at Israel.

Culturalism’s best-known proponent is Bernard Lewis, Dick Cheney‘s favourite historian, who locates the problem as Islam itself, a totalitarian ideology-culture incompatible with democratic modernity. So Mitt Romney explains the vast divergence between Israeli and Palestinian economies thus: “Culture makes all the difference” – and decades of occupation, ethnic cleansing and war make no difference at all.

Without revisiting the quote by the former U.S. presidential candidate, it’s important to note the causal manner in which Yassin-Kassab charges Israel with “ethnic cleansing” – an accusation, as we’ve noted previously, that has absolutely no basis in reality, and can be easily refuted by a few population statistics.

  • The Palestinian population in the West Bank increased from 462,000 in 1949 to more than 2.5 milliontoday.
  • The Palestinian population in Gaza increased from 82,000 in 1948 to more than 1.7 million today.

Additionally, to add further context:

  • The Jewish population in the Arab Middle East has decreased from more than 850,000 in 1948 to less than 5,000 today.

So, while the Palestinian population in the West Bank and Gaza has increased by more than 700 percent since Israel’s establishment, the Jewish population in the Arab Middle East has decreased by 99 percent – dry data which, at the very least, demonstrates that though Arab governments have quite ‘successfully’ ethnically cleansed their Jewish citizens, Zionists remain the most ‘incompetent’ ethnic cleansers on the planet.

Adam Levick is the managing editor of CiF Watch, an affiliate of the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America (CAMERA).

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