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Israel First TV Programme 3 - Legality of Judea & Samaria - Ambassador Alan Baker

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Israel First TV Programme 3 - Martin Blackham talks to Ambassador Alan Baker. Prior to his term of duty as Israel’s ambassador to Canada between 2004-2008, Alan Baker held the post of Legal Adviser and Deputy Director-General of Israel's Ministry of Foreign Affairs since 1996. In this and previous capacities in Israel Government service, he has been actively involved in the Middle-East peace negotiations with all Israel's neighbors. He participated in the negotiation and drafting of the Peace Treaties and other agreements with Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and the Palestinians.  Martin talks with Alan about the rights of the Jewish People to pray on The Temple Mount and their legal rights to live in the area of Judea and Samaria frequently referred to in the media as the West Bank. For More information about Ambassador Alan Baker visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Ba...) For more information about Israel First TV Programme visit: www.israelfirst.org To contact the Programme email: info@israelfirst.org
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By Tova Lipson


The Israeli flag has a long, symbolic history behind it, and means many things to many people.

It was used before the establishment of the State of Israel as the flag of Zionism, as a declaration of strength during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, as a flag representing the Jewish people among strangers.

It represents the country, but it also represents a people, a nation, and a history and attitude of courage, strength, and a will to move forward together.

Most people don’t realize that there have been other flags to represent the Jewish people long before the flag we know today was decided upon. In 1354, Emperor Charles IV of Prague allowed the Jews in his country to raise their flag on state occasions. This flag had a six-pointed star on it, was hung in the synagogues of Prague around this time, and from there the flag spread throughout Jewish communities in Eastern Europe. The Star of David itself had already been regarded as a Jewish symbol for a long time - it was put on a book, a synagogue, or as a marker of the Jewish quarter in a foreign country. The Star brought together the Jewish people and gave them a feeling of being at home, with their nation, whether or not they were religious.


For these reasons, it was accepted as a symbol of the Zionist movement, and therefore was made a part of WZO’s official flag in 1897. This became the flag of Zionism.

The blue and white colors of the flag, however, are more spiritually affiliated. The Austrian Jewish poet, Ludwig August Frankl, originally voiced the idea that blue and white were the colors of the Jewish people, in a poem published in 1864, titled “Judah’s Colors”:

When sublime feelings his heart fill, He is mantled in the colors of his country, He stands in prayer, wrapped In a sparkling robe of white. The hems of the white robe Are crowned with broad stripes of blue; Like the robe of the High Priest, Adorned with bands of blue threads. These are the colors of the beloved country, Blue and white are the borders of Judah; White is the radiance of the priesthood, And blue, the splendors of the firmament.

It’s not known if WZO knew of the poem, but when the question of the flag to represent Zionism came up, it’s said that David Wolffsohn stood up, took out his tallit (prayer shawl), and showed the “flag”: a white background, with blue stripes along the sides. Thus, the blue and white of the flag represent the religious aspect of the Jewish people. And when the question of the Israeli flag came up, it was only right that it should be what was already widely known as the flag of Zionism.

One of the most momentous times the flag was raised was over the Warsaw Ghetto during the uprising, as a symbol of strength, together with the Polish flag. In the words of Alicja Kaczynska, “At one moment we witnessed an exceptional sight on that roof – a blue-and-white flag and a red-and-white flag were raised. We all cheered. Look! Look! The Jewish flag! The Jews have taken Muranowska Square! Our voices echoed on the stairs. We hugged each other, hugged and kissed.”


Today, I’m proud to see the flag as I travel around Israel. You’ll find it everywhere - in official government buildings and schools of course, but also hanging out of windows, spray-painted on walls, or as part of advertisements. It’s a constant reminder that we’ve established the Jewish State, and I’m proud of how far we’ve come.

So, on Israel Flag Day, and EVERYDAY, join us in raising the Israeli flag.

We raise them for solidarity, for history, for community. We raise them to display our pride for Israel and our connection to the past, present, and future of the Jewish people.

We raise them to show the world that we are free, and strong, and brave - and together.
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By Dan Adler
Many people know the Balfour Declaration of Nov. 2, 1917 and the U.N. Vote on the Partition Plan on Nov. 29, 1947 as the two main international political events that led to Israel’s Declaration of Independence on May 14, 1948.
On December 11, 1917, which was the eve of Hanukkah, General Allenby led the British troops into Jerusalem. Allenby was hailed as the savior of the Jews, especially in light of the fact that one month earlier Britain had issued the Balfour Declaration.


However, there is a misconception that the Balfour Declaration was just a letter of intent, and not a binding legal document. The reason for this misconception is that most people are not aware of the San Remo Conference which took place on April 19, 1920, lasted for seven days and published its resolutions on April 25, 1920. These seven days laid the political foundation for the creation of the 22 Arab League States and the one and only Jewish State of Israel.


The full text of the Balfour Declaration became an integral part of the San Remo resolution and the British Mandate for Palestine, thereby transforming it from a letter of intent into a legally-binding foundational document under international law.


Did the Arabs oppose the creation of a Jewish State at San Remo? The answer is a resounding NO!


Emir Feisal and Chaim Weizmann, 1918. 
At that time they were focused on the creation of independent Arab states and had no objection to the establishment of a tiny Jewish state in Palestine. This was formalized in the Weizmann-Feisal agreement which led to the League of Nations recognizing the Land of Israel (then Palestine) as the homeland of the Jewish people.


Here is part of the text of the agreement (see link below for full text). Note that Feisal distinguishes “The Arab State” from “Palestine” which is understood to mean “The Jewish State”:


“His Royal Highness the Emir Feisal, representing and acting on behalf of the Arab Kingdom of Hejaz, and Dr. Chaim Weizmann, representing and acting on behalf of the Zionist Organization, mindful of the racial kinship and ancient bonds existing between the Arabs and the Jewish people, and realizing that the surest means of working out the consummation of their national aspirations, is through the closest possible collaboration in the development of the Arab State and Palestine, and being desirous further of confirming the good understanding which exists between them, have agreed upon the following articles…


The Arab State and Palestine in all their relations and undertakings shall be controlled by the most cordial goodwill and understanding and to this end Arab and Jewish duly accredited agents shall be established and maintained in their respective territories…


In the establishment of the Constitution and Administration of Palestine all such measures shall be adopted as will afford the fullest guarantees for carrying into effect the British Government’s Declaration of the 2nd of November, 1917 (the Balfour Declaration)…


All necessary measures will be taken to encourage and stimulate immigration of Jews into Palestine on a large scale, and as quickly as possible to settle Jewish immigrants upon the land through closer settlement and intensive cultivation of the soil. In taking such measures the Arab peasants and tenant farmers shall be protected in their rights, and shall be assisted in forwarding their economic development.”


In the following video you can watch first-hand testimony by one of the British diplomats who was actually in the negotiation rooms about how the Emir Faisal and Lawrence of Arabia both supported the establishment of a Jewish homeland in Israel, and how the document known as the Faisal-Weizmann Agreement came about:
At 2:30 watch how the Jewish Legion fought alongside the Arabs and British to capture the east bank of the Jordan river from the Ottomans in 1918.


How Arab Leader Faisal Supported The Creation of Israel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=6&v=aButh1KY2ao&feature=emb_logo


At 4:30 watch Anwar Nusseibeh explain how Arabs in Palestine saw themselves as pan-Arabists who were part of Syria. They did not have any notion of an independent “Palestinian people” and no separate identity beyond pan-Arabism.


At 9:20 watch Noble Peace Prize winner Philip Noel Baker explain how Faisal and T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia) convinced him to support Zionism.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=6&v=aButh1KY2ao&feature=emb_logo
How Arab Leader Faisal Supported The Creation of Israel



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Shalom friends,


One hundred years ago today, the Land of Israel began its rebirth as a modern Jewish state when nations of the world gathered together in San Remo, Italy. In resolutions adopted by the Principal Allied Powers on April 26, 1920, the territorial rights of the Jewish People under international law was affirmed.


Transforming the statement of support by Lord Balfour in his declaration heard around the world three years prior, this historical milestone has been all but forgotten other than by academics and historians. Today, it is imperative that #EveryJew takes ownership of the stepping stones to statehood and knows the facts about Israel’s legitimacy in international law.


The importance of the San Remo Conference with regard to Palestine cannot be overstated. The Jewish people were recognized as the national beneficiary of the trust granted to Britain in the region known as Palestine for the duration of the newly crafted British Mandate. The Balfour Declaration was now to be “put into effect” and thus became a binding act of international law. The sovereignty of Palestine was vested in the Jewish people once the Mandate expired in 1948. The Arabs received national rights in over 96% of the total area of the Middle East formerly governed by the Ottoman Turks. Before the San Remo conference there did not exist a single Arab independent nation state. Not one. And during the conference, there was no protest to the Jewish state being founded in the land of Palestine.


It was here that, for the first time in history, Palestine became a legal and political entity, and it was now identified historically and legally as the land of the Jewish people.


We have fought, and many have died, to defend our rights to our ancestral homeland. As Citizens and Virtual Citizens of Israel around the world, we pass these powerful historical moments of pride for our people as if they were experiences of our own. Join us in tracing our path to independence from San Remo to Yom HaAtzmaut, with moments of respect and honor for the fallen of our nation on Yom HaShoah and Yom HaZikaron, and stand proud and remember:


WE ARE ALL PART OF THE STORY OF ISRAEL.
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