On Friday April 9, 1948, commandos from Jewish militia Irgun headed by Menachem Begin, who later became prime minister of the Zionist entity, and throat-cutters from Jewish militia Stern Gang attacked Deir Yassin and killed 100 unarmed villagers including women and children. The Jew terrorists then expelled the remaining 650 villagers. Read more here.
Israel’s national Holocaust Museum Yad Vashem was built in 2000 over the land that was once Deir Yassin.
April 9 became the beginning of Holocaust of Palestinians at the hands of the same Jews who have built over 250 Holocaust museums in Western countries, mostly paid by the local taxpayers to commemorate the genocide of European Jews at the hands of Frankist Jews.
“American official history and official media tend to report Israeli attacks on Palestinians usually only once, and then often sparingly, sometimes omitting key elements. But there is never any annual remembrance of Arab victims of particularly savage and indiscriminate Israeli attacks, such as the 20,000 civilians slaughtered by the Israeli air force in Beirut, Lebanon in 1982, on orders of Ariel Sharon, culminating in massive terror bombing of the city center in August of that year. Neither is the 1948 massacre at Deir Yassin remembered or the 1994 mass murder of forty Palestinian worshipers by Baruch Goldstein at a mosque in Hebron. All that Arab blood is mighty cheap as it washes down the memory hole of Western history and media; too cheap to recall, even as the recollection of Jewish victimhood has been some how accorded eternal status,” Michael Hoffman in 2002 book, The Israeli Holocaust against the Palestinians.
Israeli historian, professor Ilan Pappe (University of Exeter, UK) in his 2006 book, The Ethnic-cleansing of Palestine, doesn’t mince words in describing the Jewish Holocaust of Palestinians.
In The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine, Pappé explains and documents that the true goal of the founders of Zionism had always been to create a majority Jewish state, emptied as much as possible of the native Palestinian population. He meticulously (and painfully) reconstructs the story of how Zionist leaders, over many decades, carefully laid the groundwork for this expulsion and how they initiated their plan in 1948 when the British finally decided to leave (here).