The United Nations (UN) decreed on May 14, 1948 the creation of a Jewish State with the intention of offering a home to the Israeli victims of the Nazi holocaust, under the orders of Adolf Hitler.
In defense, the PLO began the armed struggle against the Israeli occupation forces in 1965. In 1967 Israel defeated Egyptian, Syrian and Jordanian forces in the so-called Six-Day War and occupied the West Bank, East Jerusalem, the Gaza Strip, Sinai and the Golan Heights.
Tel Aviv’s cabinet minister, Mordechai Bentov, explained at the time that “this whole story about the danger of extermination (of Israel) has been a complete fabrication to justify the annexation of Arab territory.”
Arafat, after assuming command, acquired a more relevant role in the mobilization of Palestinians, as well as international support. Entity bodies were created to provide education, health and improve the conditions of these people.
“Today I have come bearing an olive branch in one hand and the weapon of a freedom fighter in the other. Do not let the olive branch fall from my hand. War breaks out in Palestine, but it is in Palestine that peace will be born.”
Who finances hamas
Fatah Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) Front for the Liberation of Palestine (FFLP) Palestinian Democratic Union (Fida) Palestinian Popular Party (PPP) Front for Arab Liberation (FLA) Front for the Palestinian Popular Struggle (FLPP) Arab Palestinian Front (APF) Former members: Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command (PFLP-GC) Fatah-Intifada Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-External Maneuvers (PFLP-ME) Popular Revolutionary Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-Special Command (PFLP-CE) May 15 Organization HistoryFoundation.
Its first stated goal was the destruction of the State of Israel through “armed struggle” and was initially controlled by the Egyptian government. The original PLO charter openly called for the annihilation of Israel, as well as the return of Palestinian refugees who fled or were expelled from Israel during the 1948 Arab-Israeli war, and the self-determination of Palestinian Arabs, who at that time were under Jordanian and Egyptian occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip territories respectively. In that charter the creation of a Palestinian state was not mentioned, although later[when?] the PLO adopted the idea of founding an independent state for the Palestinians from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea. More recently,[when? ] the PLO adopted the two-state solution, with Israel and a Palestinian state living in peace, although some Palestinian leaders of the grouping, including Yasser Arafat and Faisal Husseini, continued to state[when?] that their goal remained the “liberation” of all of Palestine. In 1988, the declaration of independence of Palestine by the PLO took place.
Objective of the olp
A Jewish joke proposes that the ancient Israelites marched from Egypt to Canaan because of Moses’ stuttering. God commanded him, “Take my people to the Promised Land, the land flowing with milk and honey; take them to Canada,” and Moses repeated to his pillars with great effort, “Let us go to Can… can… can… na… na… an!” And there he fitted them in.
Where did he get the word? It was another Roman offense. Palestine was written in Latin Phalistina and referred to the Philistines, which the Bible mentions from Joshua to David. It means “people of the sea”. They had come from Crete, probably after the implosion of the Minoan civilization, and settled on the southwest coast of the territory. They never managed to conquer the rest of the country and ended up completely integrated into the kingdom of David. There were never again any Philistines or any group that claimed them. They became Jews. Perhaps Einstein, Kafka, Marc Chagall, Ariel Sharon, Golda Meir and many other notables are descended from ancient Philistines who became Jews, who can tell?
What does olp mean
The Palestinian National Council, at its first meeting held from May 28 to June 2, 1964 in East Jerusalem, established the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) as the legitimate representative of the Palestinian people.
1988. Declaration of Independence. The Palestinian National Council issued the Declaration of Independence on November 15, 1988 in Algiers, capital of Algeria, establishing an independent Palestinian state with the existing 1967 borders and East Jerusalem as its capital.
1993. Arafat recognizes the State of Israel in an official letter sent to Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. In response, Israel recognizes the PLO as the “legitimate representative of the Palestinian people”. The Oslo Accords and the Palestinian National Authority begin.
2012. By an overwhelming majority, the United Nations General Assembly on November 29, 2012 admitted Palestine as an “observer state.” The vote does not mean the admission of Palestine as a full member of the UN, but it gives the Palestinians renewed legitimacy in their struggle against the Israeli occupation.