3-10-18, Alan M. Dershowitz, Gatestone Inst -- A visit to Morocco shows that the claim of Palestinians to a "right of return" has little historic, moral or legal basis. Jews lived in Morocco for centuries before Islam came to Casablanca, Fez and Marrakesh. The Jews, along with the Berbers, were the backbone of the economy and culture. Now their historic presence can be seen primarily in the hundreds of Jewish cemeteries and abandoned synagogues that are omnipresent in cities and towns throughout the Maghreb.
The most significant difference is between how Israel dealt with the Jews who were displaced and how the Arab and Muslim word dealt with the so called Muslim "Palestinians" who had been displaced by a war they started. Israel integrated its Jewish brothers and sisters from the Arab and Muslim world. The Arab world put its Muslim brothers and sisters in refugee camps, treating them as political pawns — and festering sores — in its persistent war against the Jewish state.
It has now been 70 years since this exchange of populations occurred. It is time to end the deadly charade of calling the displaced Muslims in Israel calling themselves "Palestinians... refugees."
The Muslim refugee status ended decades ago. The Jews who came to Israel from Morocco many years ago are no longer refugees. Neither are the relatives of the Palestinians who have lived outside of Israel for nearly three quarters of a century. More here
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