From Time Immemorial: The Origins of the Arab-Jewish Conflict over Palestine
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we call Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank for hundreds or thousands of years. Her research
led her to the opposite conclusion. There were more Jews than Arabs in Jerusalem in the 19th
century. Most Arab Palestinians arrived during the 1930s and 1940s, mainly to get jobs from
the Jewish settlers. Mind-boggling.
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distortions of politically motivated academics for historical facts.
It descibes the differences between the Jewish and Arabic claim of ownership of what nowadays is called
"Palestine" She has done much research of the history of the disputed real state what is now called by its historical
name "Israel". She comes to the final conclusion that the Jewish people indeed have the oldest claims of ownership,
from times immemorial. She comes with facts and figures, which are very hard to be disputed.
It is therefore recommend reading,