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					                     Left: UN Mediator Folke Bernadotte (January 2, 1895 – September 17, 1948)
                 "It is ... undeniable that no settlement can be just and
                 complete if recognition is not accorded to the right of the
                 Arab refugee to return to the home from which he has
                 been dislodged by the hazards and strategy of the armed
                 conflict between Arabs and Jews in Palestine. ... The
                 exodus of Palestinian Arabs resulted from panic created
by fighting in their communities, by rumours concerning real or alleged
acts of terrorism, or expulsion. 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, and, indeed, at least offer the threat of permanent
replacement of the Arab refugees who have been rooted in the land for
centuries."
Source: Folke Bernadotte. "Progress Report of the United Nations Mediator on Palestine." 16
September 1948. UN General Assembly Doc. A/648, Part 1, Sect. V, Para. 6.




                     Left: UN Mediator Folke Bernadotte (January 2, 1895 – September 17, 1948)
                 "It is ... undeniable that no settlement can be just and
                 complete if recognition is not accorded to the right of the
                 Arab refugee to return to the home from which he has
                 been dislodged by the hazards and strategy of the armed
                 conflict between Arabs and Jews in Palestine. ... The
                 exodus of Palestinian Arabs resulted from panic created
by fighting in their communities, by rumours concerning real or alleged
acts of terrorism, or expulsion. 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, and, indeed, at least offer the threat of permanent
replacement of the Arab refugees who have been rooted in the land for
centuries."
Source: Folke Bernadotte. "Progress Report of the United Nations Mediator on Palestine." 16
September 1948. UN General Assembly Doc. A/648, Part 1, Sect. V, Para. 6.
Folke Bernadotte: Murdered September 17, 1948
There are more than six million Palestinian refugees worldwide. Jewish
terrorists assassinated Swedish diplomat Folke Bernadotte because, at
the very beginning of their exile, he advocated that the Palestinian
refugees be allowed to be return home. Ironically, the Israeli holocaust
museum, Yad Vashem, credits Bernadotte with helping to save no
fewer than 2,400 European Jews during WWII.
For more information see:
  http://www.al-awda.org/zionists6.html http://www.wrmea.com/backissues/0995/9509083.htm
  http://nextyearinalquds.blogspot.com/2010/03/folke-bernadotte-unrighteous-dead.html

Veterans for Peace, Greater Seattle, Chapter 92
P.O. Box 50106
Bellevue, WA 98015
www.vfp92.org info@vfp92.org




Folke Bernadotte: Murdered September 17, 1948
There are more than six million Palestinian refugees worldwide. Jewish
terrorists assassinated Swedish diplomat Folke Bernadotte because, at
the very beginning of their exile, he advocated that the Palestinian
refugees be allowed to be return home. Ironically, the Israeli holocaust
museum, Yad Vashem, credits Bernadotte with helping to save no
fewer than 2,400 European Jews during WWII.
For more information see:
  http://www.al-awda.org/zionists6.html http://www.wrmea.com/backissues/0995/9509083.htm
  http://nextyearinalquds.blogspot.com/2010/03/folke-bernadotte-unrighteous-dead.html

Veterans for Peace, Greater Seattle, Chapter 92
P.O. Box 50106
Bellevue, WA 98015
www.vfp92.org info@vfp92.org

				
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