Technical glitch in Israel’s state archive also shows David Ben Gurion called for Palestinian villages to be ‘wiped out.’ A technical error on Israel’s state archive website has revealed that a prominent Israeli politician said in 1948 that he could “forgive instances of rape” committed against Palestinian women in the violence that preceded the founding of the Israeli state, Haaretz has reported. During events that began in 1948 and are known to Palestinians as the Nakba, or catastrophe, Israeli soldiers killed an estimated 15,000 Palestinians and forced some 750,000 from their homeland. The documents also revealed that David Ben-Gurion, the man who would become the country’s first prime minister, said later at the same meeting that some Palestinian villages must be wiped out – because they “constitute a great danger”.
From Dr. Vernon Coleman
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