Balfour supported Jewish homeland to get Jews out of Europe and get "genocidal weapons" invented by Jews
The 1917 Balfour Declaration was a letter from the British Foreign Minister Arthur Balfour to Lord Rothschild of the Zionist movement, which expressed Britain's support for "the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people." Every year on the anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, Palestinian Authority leaders and official media issue harsh statements attacking it.
Headline: "Tubas girls 'judge' Balfour promise [Balfour Declaration, 1917] in their letters"
"Girls from Tubas [in the West Bank] chose to mark the 94th anniversary of the cursed Balfour promise [Balfour Declaration, 1917] by writing letters of sorrow and pain to the Queen of the United Kingdom, Elizabeth II, and to the British Foreign Minister, William Hague, since it was the letter by that country's Foreign Minister Arthur James Balfour, which has caused the Palestinian people ongoing suffering. During a workshop held yesterday by the PA Ministry of Information and the Ministry of Culture, in cooperation with the city's Education Administration, girls from the Tubas [West Bank] high school wrote dozens of open letters to politicians and girls in Britain. Wafa Daraghmeh wrote to Queen Elizabeth, saying that she and her contemporaries are still paying the price of the Balfour promise in blood and tears, because he [Balfour] 'decided to donate a country which was not his to a nation [the Jews] which was not entitled to it, with no justification, since the Palestinian people had not attacked Britain or dreamed of invading London.' She ended the letter with thanks to the United Kingdom for having 'shattered the hopes of the Palestinian people'. Saja Daraghmeh addressed her words to a girl her age in London, whom she does not know, but who, she believes, enjoys freedom and has never tasted occupation. She addressed an open question to the girls of London: Would they agree for France to grant the Africans a national home in Wales? ... Amina Muhammad wrote in her letter the real reasons that caused Balfour to give his dark promise, first and foremost [was] to be rid of the Jews in Europe and to award them a prize for the genocidal weapons which they had invented (i.e., the atomic bomb), which helped Britain to annihilate more people."
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