Thursday, November 04, 2010

Timeline of The Continuum of Jewish Presence in the Land of Israel

Opponents of Zionism and the enterprise of repopulating the areas of Judea, Samaria and Gaza argue that (a) Biblical times have no relevance; (b) Jews simply can't just pop up in the area and claim it; (c) this land was always Arab; (d) Jews aren't indigenous to the country.

I suggest you review this timeline which is not totally comprehensive and all-inclusive but does present an overview of almost 1800 of Jewish presence in the territories of its national homeland.


Comments invited.



David G said...

Here's the problem. *We* know that we belong here, that our history of living here is uninterrupted. We know we have the proof, and that anyone with half a brain knows it, too.

But that's not the problem. The problem is that they don't give a damn, that they've decided that we need to go. It's not rational. It just is. And we better start thinking about what *we* need to do, rather than worry about how to convince people that we are right. 'Cause it ain't gonna happen.

Anonymous said...

David, the problem is that our leaders make no mention of our right to our Land. They never tell our Arab cousins that our Father Abraham gave this Land to his Jewish son and descendants. His Arab son and his descendants have no rights to our Land.

If this were the starting point of all negotiations, peace talks and press releases the world would have no choice but to accept our right to our Land!

BUTSeriously said...

There is a 3,000 year population census here of Palestine, with historical source references, proving Jews are the only 3,500 year natives of Palestine: