A new and comprehensive scholarly work reveals the truth about Palestinian history.
A new and comprehensive history of the so-called Palestinian people was recently published. Titled A History of the Palestinian People: From Ancient Times to the Modern Era, the book is described as “the fruit of many years of research, during which thousands of sources have been meticulously reviewed in libraries and archives worldwide,” resulting in a 132-page history that draws one conclusion: There is no Palestinian people, history or culture.
“It is no doubt the most comprehensive and extensive review of some 3,000 years of Palestinian history, with emphasis on the Palestinian people’s unique contribution to the world and to humanity,” reads the description of the book, which consists of dozens of blank pages.
The book was published in Hebrew and English by Assaf Voll, an Israeli from Tel Aviv. Describing himself as a publicist, editor and creative specialist, he holds an M.A in Jewish studies from Haifa University, where he had taught as an adjunct lecturer.
Discussing his extensive research, Voll said he must admit that never before had he encountered “any issue in which the findings were so conclusive.”
There are plans to translate the book into Arabic and German.
The book is on sale on Amazon, and a digital addition is available for download.
The Real Palestinian History
Genuine historical documents show that the real Palestinians are in fact the Jews.
The Roman occupiers renamed the Land of Israel “Palestine” in the 2nd century in order to humiliate, demoralize and punish the Jews living there and minimize Jewish identification with the land.
The name “Palestine” is derived from an ancient aquatic nation, the Philistines, which likely originated near the Aegean Sea and invaded the Land of Israel during antiquity. They have since ceased to exist.
Until 1948, when the State of Israel was established, Arabs in the region rejected the term “Palestinian,” which at the time referred to both Jews and Arabs, preferring instead to call the Holy Land “Southern Syria,” a backwater province of the Ottoman Empire.
While the name Palestine does not appear in the Koran even once, its Hebrew equivalent appears in the Jewish Bible no fewer than 250 times.
Palestinian archaeological findings have yet to be found, while the Jews’ close bonds with the Land of Israel turn up on almost a weekly basis.
The findings revealed in this new scholarly work, however, are conclusive – “Palestinian” history consists of 120 blank pages.