A large part of the world insists that the kicking out Jews – and only Jews, not Israeli Arabs – from their historic homeland, where many of them have lived all their lives, is “justice” – while evicting a few illegal squatters who refuse to pay rent is what they call “ethnic cleansing.”
DEADLY ESCALATION: @MarthaRaddatz reports on a dramatic escalation in violence, with over 150 rockets launched into Israel from Gaza by the militant group Hamas and the Israeli military responding with airstrikes reportedly killing 20, including children. https://t.co/DtCcbpAx7h pic.twitter.com/JzBvZ1AmTR— World News Tonight (@ABCWorldNews) May 11, 2021
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Residents Al Jazeera spoke to on Sunday said the government has not done nearly enough to secure Dasht-e-Barchi
According to the Supreme Court, the land in question “was owned by Chief Rabbi (Hacham Bashi) Avraham Ashkenazi and Chief Rabbi Meir Orbach until the War of Independence , after they purchased it in 1875 from its Arab owners.”Subsequently, two Jewish organizations, Va’ad Eidat HaSfaradim and Va’ad HaKlali L’Knesset Yisrael, worked to register the land with British Mandatory government in 1946.The properties were registered with Israeli authorities under these two organizations in 1973.These organizations sold the properties to the Nahalat Shimon organization in 2003.According to a 1979 High Court decision, and re-affirmed repeatedly in subsequent cases, as in the case of any tenant living on someone else’s property, residents living on the land owned by these organizations were required to pay rent to the organizations that owned the properties. Their failure to do so, along with instances of illegal building and illegally renting properties to others, resulted in the current legal proceedings against them, culminating in the District Court decision.
Interior ministry says dozens of people, including children, have been injured in the attack in southern Zabul province.
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