In 1917, Britain promised Jews to enable them to establish a national state in Palestine
Motasem A Dalloul
Deir Yassin, in the outskirts of Jerusalem, lived peacefully before April 9, 1948, when Zio-Nazi gang raided it, killed half of its residents, displaced the rest.
More than 120 gangsters from the Zio-Nazi Jewish gangs of Irgun and Lehi, who were well-equipped with British-made weapons, attacked the village at night.
They carried out house-to-house killing of the Palestinian villagers. They killed elderly, women and children. They even killed pregnants.
At the end of the savage Jewish-style massacre, it was revealed that 254 Palestinians, including more than 50 children were killed and the others were displaced.
Deir Yassin is one of the hundreds Zio-Nazi massacres carried out against Palestinian civilians in order to establish the current state of Israel.
British, which occupied Palestine between 1922 and 1948, enabled the Jews to massacre the Palestinians, displace them, resident in their homes and take over their lands.
My father, who was born in Al-Ramla in the early 1930s, told me: “While the Jew was able to be equipped with the most recent guns, the Palestinians was sentenced to six months in prison for a fruit knife.”
He also told me that the British government used to kill Palestinians, who were caught with simple weapons, by placing them on spears entered into their asses and goes straight until it exits from their heads.