PALESTINIAN CATASTROPHE, The

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The Palestinian Catastrophe : The 1948 Expulsion of a People fom their Homeland by Michael Palumbo

For decades there has been a continuing effort by Israelis to cover up their expulsion of the 750,000 refugees who fled their homes during the 1948 war. 

Using newly discovered material from archives in the United States, Europe and Israel as well as the documented testimony of the Jewish veterans, Michael Palumbo reveals how the Zionists carried out Ben-Gurion's plan to "expel the Arabs and take their place".

Using reports from American, French, Belgian and Swedish observers who witnessed the gunpoint expulsions of innocent Arab ciilians, Palumbo documents the numerous massacres reported by UN personnel as well as Israeli veterans. The Zionist myth that the slaughter of two hundred and fifty Arab civilians at Deir Yassin was only an isloated incident is so conclusively destroyed that there can no longer be any doubt that the expulsion of the Palestinians was the ineveitable result of Zionist policy.

Michael Palumbo is the autho of books on human rights, nationalism and the Italian war criminals who were protected by the British and American governments after World War II. 

255 pages Pb    Uk 1987

 


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