Tens of thousands of Palestinian books destroyed after the  establishment of the Zioinst state of ‘israel’, Ben-Gurion University researcher says

Both candidates in the U.S. Senate election made statements during the campaign that “Israel was an example for the whole world.” In addition to horrendous terror and ethnic cleansing of Palestinians, indiscriminate bombing and murder, and hundreds of thousands of Palestinian victims tortured in Zionist dungeons, now we find one more example of how Zionist is an example for the world.
As this Jewish doctoral student shows, the Zionist state Judaized the country and cutting off its Arab neighbors from their nation and culture. Sounds to me a lot like what is going on in the United States.
from the Israel News, Ynet Published: 01.28.10, 20:59 / Israel News
Zionist plundered and destroyed tens of thousands of Palestinian books in the years after the State’s establishment, according to a doctoral thesis to be submitted next month by a Ben-Gurion University researcher. In an interview with the researcher published on al-Jazeera’s website Thursday, he claimed that Zionist destroyed the Palestinian books in the framework of its plan to “Judaize the country” and cut off its Arab residents from their nation and culture.
According to the doctoral dissertation, Zionist regime authorities collected tens of thousands of Arab books in Jerusalem, Jaffa, Haifa, Safed, and other towns that were home to Arabs. Zionist officials proceeded to hand out about half the books, while destroying the second half, characterizing them as a “security threat,” the researcher said.
In his al-Jazeera interview, the researcher claimed that, based on Zionist archives, Zionist troops plundered the books from the homes of Palestinians expelled during the “Nakba” and handed them over to authorities. The State proceeded to establish a library in Jaffa and other towns for the books, he said.
Cultural Massacre
The researcher told al-Jazeera that according to documents he possesses, Zionist destroyed 27,000 books in 1958, claiming that they were useless and threatened the State. Authorities sold the books, most of them textbooks, to a paper plant, he said.
“This was a cultural massacre undertaken in a manner that was worse than European colonialism, which safeguarded the items it stole in libraries and museums,” the researcher charged.

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