Israel; it’s ours ok!

Israel, it’s ours, ok. We are not obliged to justify our right to the Land because international opinion demands we do. Does America have to show good cause for appropriating continental America from its indigenous peoples? Does Russia have to account for the conquest of vast territories over the centuries subjugating the original owners, or what of Germany, France, and China, who are currently in the process of ethnic cleansing of the Muslim Uighurs and Tibet’s long-suffering Buddhists? The list of culprits goes on Ad infinitum.

No nation has come into existence without an act of violence to achieve its end. This is a fact of history.

Yet Israel alone amongst the nations of the world has to justify the existence of the Jewish State while the same is not demanded of other countries. I suggest that Israel’s right to its Land is more absolute than any other entity, and the historical rights of the Jewish people to their ancestral homeland are without equal.

Still, the Jewish State is constantly being lectured about the rights of a conquered people who are a creation of Arab nationalist interests set to stymie Jewish sovereignty over all of the Land of Israel.

Ironically, none of these carping nations ever attached much importance to the rights of others when their interests were at stake.

This does not stop them from demanding Israel bow to their will and concede sovereignty over much of the Jewish State and to a fake people who have never ruled in this Land nor desired to govern it instead, content to live under the Ottoman Empire, later the British Empire and then the Hashemite Kingdom.

Not till Jews returned to their historical homeland did Arab nationalists set about creating a plan based on myth and lies to steal the Land from its Jewish owners.

Hand in hand, Arabs with the West make sure Jews are confronted daily with the propaganda that Israel is Palestine. The Jewish people are a foreign element unfairly inserted into another people’s Land.

Houdini would be proud of this magic trick as the Arabs and their allies tout their right to self-determination while stripping Israelis of their legitimate identity and, by deception, taking the Land.

They do this by scrapping the facts and rewriting history, ignoring that the Roman Hadrian’s victory over Bar Kochba in 135 saw the Land of Israel renamed “Palestine” by Vespasian in the hope that Israel and the Jewish people would be erased from the pages of history.

There were no Palestinian people before the year 135, and there are no Palestinian people in 2022. Only Arabs masquerading as a nation. The majority of Arabs arrived en masse from Syria and the Arabian Peninsula after 1920, drawn to the jobs that returning Jews were creating and the perks the British authorities were happy to provide.

The West and these Arabs have a total disregard for the facts of history and are bent on creating artificially what history failed to create.

The result envisaged by the Arab nationalists is not an Arab state within Judea and Samaria but the destruction of the State of Israel.

While the West conceals the truth and shapes public opinion in the war against Israel.

We answer that no Palestinian nation ever existed after two thousand years, and after another two thousand years, none will in the future.

Israel; it’s ours, ok! as for the Arab nationalists, they must go!

Hadar Yehudit’s “Principles of Return” will be never-ending opposition against anyone who would deny the Jewish people their Land and the realisation of our destiny. Any non-Jewish people or government laying claim to the country is our enemy.

“Hadar Yehudit!”

Yosef Yigal Drever

Yosef Yigal Drever and Sylvia Drever co-founded Achdut HaLev in 2006 to reach out to the Jewish community's around the world providing support in learning Torah and promoting the 'Return of the Jewish people to the Land of Israel.' Yosef Yigal made Aliya in 2014 while Sylvia his wife is an Israeli. In late 2014 Achdut HaLev concentrated all its resources towards Aliya and the rebuilding of Eretz Yisrael. Excluding none and embracing all. The commandment to settle the Land of Israel is equal in importance to all the Torah Commandments all together: (Sifri Deut 12:29)