The Right of Return

The Right of Return - The Right of Return The UN emissary,...

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The Right of Return The UN emissary, Count Folke Bernadotte (1895-1948) arrived in Palestine in May 1948 to mediate a cease fire. The recently proclaimed Israeli government consented to his appointment because, as president of the Swedish Red Cross, he saved 15,000 Jews from the Nazi Camps during WW2. Now in Palestine, having witnessed the expulsion of the Palestinians from their home, he called for the unqualified return of all Palestinian refugees expelled as a result of the conflict. He declared…. http://www.1948.org.uk/right-to-return/
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The Right to Return… “It would be an offence against the principles of elemental justice if these innocent victims of the conflict were denied the right to return to their homes, while Jewish immigrants flow into Palestine”. He was assassinated by Jewish underground terrorists on 17 September 1948.
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UN General Assembly issued its Resolution 194 on 11 December 1948 calling for: 1. Return of all expelled Palestinians (Art. 11)
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