Blair in the footstep of the Peel Commission on Israel

Tony Blair believes that the Muslims will opt for «peace» and a two-state-solution. They will, but only on their way to a one-state-solution without Jews.


This is what Blair said on « Frost Over The World», on Al Jazeera’s English-language channel:

«So if everyone would commit themselves to a peaceful political negotiation to a two-state solution, you could have this deal within the year. But people have got to be prepared to commit to it».

The former British Prime Minister Tony Blair is walking in the footstep of the Peel Commission. Like earlier Bristish occupiers of Israel, blair tries to tell Islamists and Jews what kind of peace London, Rome and Washington would like to see.

What was the Peel Commission?

Its was a commission that once and for all should have been able to convince the World, that Koran believing Muslims never have supported a two-state solution. And they never will, without lying. Not even the smallest one, the mini-mini Israel proposed in 1936. This was two years before the Kristalnight, and five years before the Holocaust started.


Arabs to United Kingdom in 1936: «There shall never be a Jewish homeland in the Middle East»

The Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Hussein opposed any partition of «Arab lands» with the Jews. In 1936, he demanded full cessation of Jewish immigration.

The Peel Commission of 1936-1937, formally known as the Palestine Royal Commission, was a British Royal Commission of Inquiry set out to propose changes to the British Mandate of Palestine following the outbreak of the 1936.

The British Lord Peel arrives in Israel in 1936
The British Lord Peel arrives in Israel in 1936

The commission was headed by the Earl Peel.

On 11 November, 1936, the commission arrived in British occupied «Palestine» to investigate the reasons behind the uprising. It returned to Britain on 18 January 1937. On 7 July, 1937, it published a report that, for the first time, recommended partition. Before that United Kingdom had promised that the full land was going to be given to the Jews as a Jewish homeland. The Arab Palestinians was going to live in Trans-Jordan.

Although initially endorsed by the government, changing political conditions led it to declare the proposal unworkable and formally reject it, following publication of the Partition Commission report in 1938.

The Peel Commission was established at a time of increased violence; serious clashes between Arabs and Jews broke out in 1936 and were to last three years. The Commission was charged with determining the cause of the riots, and judging the merit of grievances on both sides. This is the map of partition, that Lord Peel recommended:

The two-state-solution promoted by Lord Peel in 1937.
The two-state-solution, plan A, promoted by Lord Peel in 1937.

Chaim Weizmann made a speech on behalf of the Jews. The Mufti of Jerusalem, Hajj Amin al-Husseini, testified in front of the commission, opposing any partition of Arab lands with the Jews. He also demanded full cessation of Jewish immigration.

According to the Peel Commission report, Arab allegations regarding Jewish land purchase were unfounded.

«Much of the land now carrying orange groves was sand dunes or swamp and uncultivated when it was purchased».

«There was at the time of the earlier sales little evidence that the owners possessed either the resources or training needed to develop the land».

The land shortage decried by the Arabs «was due less to the amount of land acquired by Jews than to the increase in the Arab population.»

The report recommended that «Sooner or later there should be a transfer of land and, as far as possible, an exchange of population».

The Arab leadership rejected the plan, while the Jewish opinion remained heatedly divided. The British response was to set up the Woodhead Commission to «examine the Peel Commission plan in detail and to recommend an actual partition plan». This Commission declared the Peel Commission partition unworkable.


My comment:

The Arabs have never accepted a two-state-solution. Neither in 1936, nor in 1948. When a Koran believing Muslim say`s yes to a Jewish homeland in the Israel, its a lie. Its a lie told to the enemies of Allah, and this accept is neither valid not binding. Its just to come into a better position to rid this Islamic land for Jews further down the road.

Its worth noticing this map made by the Peel Commission. See how the Peel commission had cut the Jewish homeland into pieces. The Jews was not going to have control over Jerusalem. An unthinkable demand to accept for Bible believing Jews, who saw the prophetic Word promising their future homecoming to the City of David.

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