Barry Shaw

When Palestinians lie about their roots

When “Palestinians” say they want to return to the Palestine, meaning Israel, because they are indigenous to that part of “their” land, keep this list with you to remind them of their past and their lies.
Most Arabs belong to tribes or clans. In other words, inter-related family members.
Such tribes and clans can represent many hundreds of people. And often the clan/tribal/family name contain the source of where these families originated.
Check a few prominent Palestinian family names. Their names in Arabic indicate where they came from;
Almasri – Egypt.
Masarwah – Egypt.
Hourani – Hauran in Syria.
Sourani – Tyre, Lebanon.
Tarabulsi – Tripoli, Lebanon.
Dibini – South Lebanon.
Bushnaq – Bosnia.
Iraqi – Iraq.
Zarqawi – Zarqa, Jordan.
Al-Karaki – Kerak, Jordan.
Trabulsi – Tripoli, Lebanon.
Abayat – Turkey.
So why aren’t hundreds of thousands of “Palestinians” who claim to be refugees, demanding to return to where they came from and return to Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Bosnia, Iraq, Jordan, and Turkey, rather than spread a false narrative by wanting to displace the Jews of Israel?
Could it be that indoctrinated religious hatred, taught from childhood in United Nation schools and mogues, has obsessed them into such a false narrative that they have detached themselves from who they really are?
Barry Shaw,
Israel Institute for Strategic Studies.
About the Author
Barry Shaw is the Senior Associate for Public Diplomacy at the Israel Institute for Strategic Studies. He is also the author of ‘Fighting Hamas, BDS and Anti-Semitism,' '1917. From Palestine to the Land of Israel, 'BDS for IDIOTS,' and his latest work 'A Tale of Love and Destiny,' the dramatic life of a Jewish heroine.
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