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2012年3月20日火曜日

Most of the *Palestinians* are Egyptians.

The great majority of the Arabs in the land of Israel immigrated to it in the 19 century from Egypt.

In the beginning of the 19 century there were about 100,000 people living in the western land of Israel.
Most of them were Muslims and the others were Christians and Jews.
If you read the following chapters about the history of the Ottoman occupation over Israel you will surely understand
how did the country declined to such a  low population level.
http://iloveisrael-lior.blogspot.jp/2010/09/first-ottoman-period1517-1769.html

http://iloveisrael-lior.blogspot.jp/2010/09/last-ottoman-period1769-1882.html

Egypt become independent from the Ottoman control already in the 18 century,
in 1832 Egypt attacked the Ottomans and invaded Israel and Syria and occupied it for about 10 years.
The reason for that war was that the Egyptians blamed the Ottoman governor of Acre that more then 6000 Egyptians farmers
escaped from Egypt and settled near Acre  and agreed to pay taxes to the Ottomans rather then the Egyptians.
The Egyptians were led by a general name Muhamad ali.
He settled many soldiers and their families and other farmers from various vileges from Egypt in the
coastal area of Israel.
The Egyptian farmers prefers the many swamps over there for their Buffalo's cattle.
http://books.google.co.jp/books?id=bWjwcoSdoiAC&printsec=frontcover&dq=histoey+of+palestine&hl=ja&ei=3G56TNSxJIjJcenppfsF&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q=histoey%20of%20palestine&f=false
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The entire area between Acre to Gaza was almost completely deserted and full of swamps ever since the Mamluks destroyed it in the 13 century,The exception was Gaza that wasn't destroyed by the Mamluks and Acre and Jaffa that flourished  in the beginning of the 19 century.
The major Egyptian settlement was Jaffa and its surroundings,
Muhamad ali  established a new neighborhood for its soldiers in Jaffa he also settle Egyptians as far as Bet shaen and Even Irbid in trans Jordan.
http://books.google.co.jp/books?id=jlwXYLFpOWIC&pg=PA375&dq=napoleon+in+palestine&hl=ja&ei=9mEwTNWDLNDQccHtmaUD&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CCgQ6AEwAA#v=snippet&q=%20egyptians%20jaffa&f=false

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Most of the Arab villages around Jaffa were Egyptian settlements;Faja,Umlebas,abu kishk,al mir,bir adas,jamsin a arbia,yazur,yehudiya,yibna,
salame,a shich mumis,sumil,and more.
Ali also settle Bedouins tribes in the Jordan valley like the zubady,awarna,and the hindy.

http://books.google.co.jp/books?id=8Teb4dKHQcoC&pg=PA14&dq=egyptians+settled+jaffa&hl=ja&ei=Y7POTI7qFsWlcI_4geUO&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CDgQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=egyptian&f=false
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And slaves too,like the arab al ofi and arab al dimri near hadera.

Jaffa and Haifa were were mainly Egyptian there were even black slaves that settled in Jaffa and build their own neighborhood.

In 1834 the local Arabs rebelled against the Egyptians,and rioted against the Jews in the holly cities of Hebron,Jerusalem and Safed.
it was the first time that the Jews in Israel were a victims of such massacres and ravage form the Arab peazants.

The Egyptian occupation lasted until 1840 by then tens of thusands of Egyptians settled in Israel.
after that there was a decline in the immigration because of the hard condition of the land and also becouse of the construction of Suez
cannal that attracted many Egyptians.

from 1882 with the rise of modern Zionisam,many Jews started to return to live in Israel,buy lands, dry the swamps,created fields and develop the country.
In many cases the bought land from Egyptian villages that were etablished just a few years before,Um labes is the a good example of it.
This caused the  hostility towards the Jews to grow more then before form one  hand but atracted Arabs from around Israel to look for work in the Jews fields.
In addition,in the the 80s of the 19 century thusans of Egyptians workers were brought to Israel for the construction of the rail road between Jaffa and Jerusalem.many of them settled there after their finish the constraction.
http://books.google.co.jp/books?id=8Teb4dKHQcoC&pg=PA14&dq=egyptians+settled+jaffa&hl=ja&ei=Y7POTI7qFsWlcI_4geUO&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CDgQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=egyptian&f=false
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From 1882 to 1914 many Jews returned to Israel,in 1910 the first Zionist city,Tel aviv,was established.
The Jews not only dried off the swamps and developed deserted areas into blosome fields that attracted many Arabs to look for work in it but also brougth many industries with them and created a service industries,which Tel aviv was its center,that also attracted many Arabs to look for work in it,Inf act that compatition between the Jewish worker and the Arab worker on the limited job opportunities was a major issue in the develop of Zionisam and the Kibuts for example and the Jewish labor party were created exactly in order to answer to that problem.
The drying of the swamps,the plantation of forests and fields,the carving of roads by the Jewish retiring to Israel,and the western-modern technics that they brought to the declining land of Israel,improved the life condition of the all the populats of israel,the number of infant fatality dropped,the life extent grow,there the Arab populatiom growed.

from 1922 and on the British mandat started instead of the Ottoman occupation.
The British mandat mission was assist the Jews to establish their independent state in their old homeland and this is why England
brought great development to the country and the many Jews that return to Israel in even greater numbers brought with them
capital and ideas and the country was witneesed to such a development unseen for centuries in the entier region.
This created many job opportunities to many Arabs ,The daily salary for and Arab worker in Israel-Palestina was much higher then the daily salary for his brother in Egypt or Syria,that alone was the reason for a new wave on Arab immigration into Israel that the British encourage.
England was supposed to encourage Jewish re-immigration but instead it limited it while they left totally unchecked the Arab immigration.
from 1922 to 1931 the Arab population grow in 150000 people.
the most amassing evidence is that if in 1931 there were 400000 Arabs in Israel,in 1945 there were more then a million,clearly thanks to uncontrolled Arab immigration into British mandat Israel-Palestina.
some settlements,such as yehudiya and salem near Jafa had hundreds and even thousands presents of population growth from 1931 to 1945.
http://www.meforum.org/522/the-smoking-gun-arab-immigration-into-palestine

The majority of the Arabs in israel before 1947 lived near Jaffa and Haifa,Lod and Ramla,and the rest in the Gallil and Judea and Samaria.
In 1948 the Arab countries attacked Israel and the Arab society in Israel collapsed and hundreds of thousands of its population fled to Judea and Samaria,Egypt,Lebanon,Jordan and Syria,Iraq and Kuwait.
Exactly the same Arabs that immigrated to the coastal area of the land of Israel in the 19 and 20 centuries fled from it in 1948 and today consist of most of the Arabs that consider them self originally from Israel-Palestina,there for most of  them are originally from Egypt.
There were immigration of Arabs and Muslims from other countries during the 19 and 20 centuries,but none of them could compite with the
numbers of Arabs that immigrated from Egypt.
During the end of the 19 century,the Ottomans lost many countries and the Muslims from those countries were encouraged by the Ottomans to settle in Israel.in 1860 Algerians were settled in the Galil,especially in Safed and Tibera and the surrounding villages.
Kurds setteld in the Gallil areas as well at that time.
Muslims for the Balkan,especially Albanians and Bosnians settled in the coastal areas like Tantura and Qesaria.Turkemans and Cercasics from the Caucaze setteled near Hadera and in the Galil and Carmel area as well,Yemenies also setteled in Jaffa.
Bedouin tribes from the near by deserts also settled in the Israel.
http://books.google.co.jp/books?id=8Teb4dKHQcoC&pg=PA14&dq=egyptians+settled+jaffa&hl=ja&ei=Y7POTI7qFsWlcI_4geUO&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=3&ved=0CDgQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=egyptian&f=false
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