Professor Mohammed S. Dajani took 27 Palestinian college students to visit the former Auschwitz Nazi concentration camp in Poland a few weeks ago as part of a project designed to teach empathy and tolerance. Upon his return, his university disowned the trip, his fellow Palestinians branded him a traitor and friends advised a quick vacation abroad.And of course, the koranimal agitprop generator claimed that Jews, instead of the German gov't, paid for the trip. The slimy weasel words in the article spin the 1948 War of Independence by ignoring the fact that the ARABS rejected the more-than-fair division of the land -- the original two-state solution -- and furthermore still do.
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Leaving aside that the Nakba referred to the refusal of France to allow South Syrians to return to Syria after the San Remo agreement which amongst other things established an Arab state, Jordan, in the Jewish Homeland, the professor should follow the advice to take a long trip abroad.